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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Mine does the same thing only sometimes the keys work, then hours later they decide to stop working.
It's a pain in the **** but if you take out all the screws, take the top cover off then put it back on, for some reason the keys start working again.
The problem will come back though. I'm considering keeping the screws out so I can just pop it apart whenever the keys stop working again.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Right, I've done a more extensive search on google for this and it turns out that you don't have to take your keyboard apart for this.
My I key wasn't working, so I found out that all you have to do is lift the keyboard up, turn it sideways and give it an almighty slap on the back.
Solved my problem!!
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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