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The top and right hand buttons on 4 button selector intermittent

The top and right hand selection buttons work very intermittently the left button and bottom button work fine. Any way to clean them? Do you have to disassemble the body to get to them?

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There can be many causes, why the buttons don't work as the should. Also a bad connection, on a PCB or flat cable can be the cause.
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