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Some keys not triggering when humidity low.

Some keys not triggering.Have to blow between cracks in keys for them to work.When humidity is higher in summer it is less of a problem.
What can I do to fix ths?
What is the cause?
Thanking you in advance
Brad

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You might want to try take a can of compressed air as used for computers and blow out any debris that may have built up.

See if that fixes it. You might also want to check out the editol web forums and ask in there as I am they might have more idea

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