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The right arrow of my keyboard doesnt work.. along with the num keys 5,2,8... pls help me

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    htechie May 11, 2010

    Probably the problem is the 'dust'. For that, one needs to remove the buttons of the keyboard; clean the inside part; and then put/push the keys back in. Do you know how to open it ? If you know, then there won't be any problem fixing it.

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Buy new one or get this one to a repair shop .

good luck .


Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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