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The keys may have gotten dirty. So when you push one, it also activates ones near by.
These tips apply to the trackball but you can also use them for the keyboard.
1: Take a deep breath and blow on the trackball area, rotate and do it again. This may blow any particles block the sensors.
2: This requires a Q-tip and some alcohol. Turn off your sidekick, wet the end of the q-tip, and gently clean the trackball while rotating. Be careful not to get the alcohol on anything but the trackball. Let dry for a minute and try it out. If this doesn’t work then try again.
those kind of problems are fixed by totally changing the parts... because nano technology is very hard to fix.. you could also try opening it and clean a bit the outside of the lens and see if that helps.. but i doubt it because it could be or will be a sulfated contact