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My D key is having some trouble. Sometimes it doesn't work at all and sometimes it gets stuck and when I type all I get is "dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd" Right now it's not working when I press it but is working at random, making this hard to type. Do you think it just needs to be cleaned or do you think it's a hardware problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Laptop keyboard are semi-sealed circuit boards. This means that liquid can get into the contacts and can not be cleaned. Depending on how much liquid was spilled on the keyboard chances are that the liquid has seeped around the edges of the keyboard and down onto the mainboard of the laptop. My first suggestion would be to keep the laptop turned off until you can remove the keyboard and check for liquid damage to the mainboard. If there is no damage to the mainboard I would suggest buying a new keyboard before turning the computer back on as any shorts caused by the liquid damage on the keyboard can cause damage to the keyboard controller circuit on the mainboard.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: keyboard not working
It sounds like something with sugar was spilled on it, however there is another issue that could cause this. If the ribbon cable for the keyboard has jarred loose but not came entirely unplugged it could cause the same situation if its happening in all programs. If its just the keyboard usually they are not too expensive to have replaced.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Your Keyboard needs to be replaced, I had a family member with the same issue.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for your suggestion. Many other also suggested the same thing. I think I will do that. "
You need to replace your keyboard. You can find them cheap on ebay. The actual replacement is quick and simple. On the superior part of the keyboard, if you look closely there's some spaces, with a flat screwdriver very gently lift them up until that panel comes off. Then just take the keyboard out, you should see the ribbon cable. On some models you need to take out a couple of screws from the battery side. As always remember to remove all power sources (ac adapter and battery) before working on your machine. If you still have questions, comment here and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Dell latitude E6410 laptop computer. it is about a year old. Lately I've noticed that when I type not all of the keys respond. Sometimes you have to click on the key several times to get
you have to replace the keyboard
here is how to do it
here is the part number to order
Item Number: 330-7359. Part Number: RRGD8
Posted on Jan 03, 2012
Testimonial: "Thanks very much, this was very helpful"
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