Question about Sony VAIO PCG-K25 Notebook
The "i" key won't work 90% of the time......unless I push it really hard. how can I fix this?
Faulty keys on keyboards are very difficult to fix, usually you need to replace the keyboard.
You can try removing the key and if you can get to the rubber membrane switch you may be able to use a cotton bud with electronic cleaning fluid cleaner on the contacts. Replacing the key could be difficult with the small plastic hinge components.
If you are lucky place the key over the plastic hinge and pressing down till it clicks into place.
If it works you are in luck, if you are unlucky it may not work at all, then you need to buy a replacement keyboard or use a USB keyboard with your laptop.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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