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"J"U"M" buttons broke

My "J"U"M" and up arrow on my keyboard keep working then not working, how do i take off the board to check if theres anything wrong?

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Hi
first try a high pressure blower like the vaccum pump blower

another thing is just check if the numlock is etting activated in any key sequence

but generally to pull of the keys u might just have to apply a lil pressure and then press them back to put them on

cheers

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