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I would complain to the manufacturer, or take the unit back and try to get a refund/replacement. Some types are rubber sensors, and they can be cleaned if you take the unit apart. Not knowing the make and model, I can't give you much specific information, but here is a neat website that explains how to fix different type keyboards:
If you join this site, you can download the service manuals, and then figure out how to resolve this. Here is the site:
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Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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