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There might be dirt under the keys, try to clean them out. If they are not pressing correctly then you might try reseating them, if that doesnt work and it doesnt look like it is anything wrong with the mechanics of the button itself, then it is probably the sensor pad that can tell when you push the button down and in that case you will need a new keyboard.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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