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Only about 6 keys are working on my lenovo laptop, it had a little wine spilled on it, i have removed it and soaked it etc but still only the same 6 keys work...does it need replacing or is it some other problem?

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More than likely it needs replacing.
Keyboards tend be fairly delicate and if you've already tried rinsing and drying it your best best is to try replacing it.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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