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My Keyboard's key jammed a bit, so I want to open it for cleaning.

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It might be a loose ribbon cable. If you pull the keyboard up, you can reseat that cable and see if that helps

Please clean the Keyboard once in a month.

If the Laptop is under warranty, please contact the vendor either through Mobile or throgh Printer Hardware Engineer to setllt the issue at the earliest.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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While my laptop was closed, I accidently spilled coffee on my laptop. I didn't see any liquid on the outside on the laptop and I'm wondering how the liquid could have damaged the keys on the keyboard which are now jammed. I let the laptop to dry by fan and sunlight, but they don't wand to work. Is there any other solotion to fix the keys on my notebook toshiba?

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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