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As you said that the Right and left buttons are not working as well as the space bar, then it could be the issues with some dust particle inside the keyboard. Try to clean it. Try to use it hope it will work , but in case it don't work then you need to replace the Keyboard.
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No I don't but it is very likely the left speaker is open, if you have a digital meter set it to ohms, unplug speakers from motherboard to remove any loads and compare readings on both sides. Then check out www.ebay.com Type make and model of laptop, and refine search to speakers.
I don't think the air will work its way to the left side unless your bleed valve is higher than the master cylinder. You'd almost have to hang it up by the rear. Try it again with only the left side open, reservoir full, and pump like crazy. Fluid is bound to come out unless there is a restriction, either in the line , or the bleed valve may be clogged. I'd bet the bleed valve. Take it off and clean it.
On your tv remote click on the "wide" button and change the setting. Also you could try the setting on your cable box that pertains to the size of your screen. If all that fails, go to the website of your tv maker and see if they could send you a manual or give you advice on how to make screen smaller.
Since the left button is a primary button it gets used quite a lot thus the button fails at some point in time.
Either the button has broken or the spring mechanism has broken.
Don't worry it can be repaired, claim warranty support if you can. The laptop needs to be partially disassembled and the buttons inspected. The button may need replacing.
The only cause I can think of is a weak battery. If this is not the case, then the mouse could have a bad or dirty contact under the right button. If you can scroll and the left button works well, I'd lean toward the dirty contacts.
your problem doesn't make sense, are you saying you moved your iDJ2 to a different room & the left pitch controller stopped working? If so i doubt that has caused a problem unless you droped it or something feel inside the gap where the pitch slider moves. So many iDJ2 problems can be solved by simply formatting it & re-installing the firmware.
Have you tried to reset the camera to the factory defaults? To do this: have the camera in shooting mode - go to Menu - left arrow to reset - press ok - Highlight Yes and press ok. This will reset the camera to factory settings. See if flash works now.