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My keyboard is constantly pressing the ''l'' and ''e'' keys. I heard that if I remove the keyboard and reconnect it again it would solve the problem. Unfortunatly I don't know how to remove it.
If you see your keyboard as 6" x 4" then it actually measures 6.2" x 4.2" remaining areas are blow the plastic cover either you remove the top for which you will have to remove your monitor first all these are done by experts because you can damage very thin film at any time which keeps your display connected or your power switch connected. I won't recommend you to do all these yourself. I'll recommend you to take a vaccum cleaner put it on blower and blow your keyboard from all four side. Then take a pin and try to push your l and e key up from all the side i.e. circumfrence . If this helps its good. kindly don't try to remove your keyboard yourself you'll do more damage to it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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