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Locked key on keyboard

I have a key with a square with Fn in it which works different functions but it is stuck - ie if i want to type an "i" it will type 5 (5 being the secondary function of the key - again displayed in a square)

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So it is stuck from dust or something try to remove the cap like button of this key and then try with a tweazer to take out slightly with a light pressure see if it works

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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