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Some of the keys on my keyboard don't work properly. If I type an e-mail or somthing, there will be a lot of letters missing. I can hit a key a few times before the letter appears on the screen. It's not all letters; it seems to be just a few, but I need to figure out which ones are the usual culprits. I tried to get this resolved with Toshiba's tech support before the warranty expired, but did not. The keyboard has always done this, since it was new. I thought it was me at first, but it's definitely the keyboard. Has anyone else experienced this? Thank you!

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