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The option/alt button on the bottom left corner of my C/24 is engaging constantly on it's own. (Actually, it may have nothing to do with the button itself at all, but it's behaving as though it's being pressed by some unseen finger.) Oooh! Am I haunted by the ghost of some disgruntled engineer struck down in his prime by the mighty sword of the digital revolution? Help! ....or could it be the Mt. Dew my ex-girlfriend poured all over me, my C/24, and my NEW girlfriend when she walked in on us, uh, recording? Or is this a problem that others besides myself are experiencing? (The option key engaging on its own thingy I mean) Thanks, Aaron

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Anything that had Mountain Dew poured on it is in bad shape. You need it cleaned out by a professional.

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