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It sounds as if there is debris caught under the key. Have you used some compressed air to clean the keyboard. If it is just this key that is having issues try that first. Since this is posted in PC Desktop then you are in luck as keyboards can be purchased as cheap as $5 at a local Bestbuy, Walmart, etc. If you mis posted and this is a laptop then you have to have the keyboard replaced by a technician as it uses a very thin cable called a ribbon cable that is fragile and you could damage the laptop if not done right. If you ahve spilled some liquid on the keyboard its possible it has gummed up the key in that case you COULD try as a last resort popping the key off with a flat bladed object (butter knife, screw driver, etc) and then cleaning around the base of the key with a qtip dipped in rubbing alcohol. The key should pop back on at that point, but no guarantee this will work. DO NOT EVER CLEAN A COMPUTER SCREEN WITH ALCOHOL BASED CLEANERS OR ACETONE AS IT WILL DAMAGE THEM
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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