Question about Toshiba Satellite L505-S5966 Notebook
Could be some residue from a spill on the keyboard, or could be some old rubber thats not flexible enough. If you carefully flick a key off, you can investigate what's going on under there. The keys snap on and off rather easily. If you see anything sticky on there, use an electronics cleaner, or even some rubbing alcohol on a damp cloth or que-tip to clean it up. Recommend turning off computer completely and removing battery. And go easy on the cleaner :-), liquids and electronics do not play nicely together!
If none of that works, might have to start looking for a replacement keyboard for the laptop.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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