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Numeral[0],letter[o]&full stop[.]keys aren't working.

All three keys need to be depressed with much pressure to get them to work.Periodic vaccuming of keyboard is done to prevent dust,dirt accumulation under keys.Please help me.
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Lionel

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This is the web page for technical support telephone numbers for Lenovo notebooks. Copy the web address below and paste it into the address bar of you web browser. It will take you to the main index page for all countries. Locate the service number for you country and give them a call. I am sure they will be able to help you with the problem you are having with the operation of the keys on your keypad. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day. [ http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/en/supportphonelist/phone_show.aspx ]

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