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The letter o shows up when i press the i or p key

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This is due to internal electrical-short of keys "i" & "p" with key "o". Yeah, this may be caused due to dust or some pin or any such conductor hanged between these keys. So for solution of this problem just take out the keys and clear that obstacle and your keys will fine then.

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