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Backspace Key is sticking on keyboard

Other keys were sticking besides the backspace key, but the dust destroyer corrected them. e-machine. Model 5143

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  • vcohen Mar 06, 2009

    THANK YOU! Your response was so quick and SO helpful. I am now back in business!

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Hi,I can help you.all you need to do is.pop the key off apply a little rubbing alcohol to the key and joint where it goes.be sure not to use to much as it will seep into keyboard.

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  • Ronna Johnson
    Ronna Johnson Aug 28, 2014

    Could you please tell me if you know why a key will not type anymore,. It is the "i" key. It just stopped working. If you could help me I would super much appreciate it!

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