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Two buttons beneath touchpad are not working

There is the touchpad with right-click and left-click buttons beneath it. The right click button seems to be working fine but the left click button is not working at all. PLEASE help.

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You should clean the button by opening the cover, realign it, and check if the button touches to the board.

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