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If the power indicator is flashing that means that it's getting power, but there is not enough power, the first thing you should do is check the adapter power supply with a multimeter and make sure that it's outputing the correct power, if it's not then you need to replace the adapter. If it's then it's more complex.
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The problem seems to be that the pressure pad underneath the key is stuck on the "activated" position. Taking the keyboard out would not affect the position of the pressure pad. Also attaching a USB key board will not make any difference since the original keyboard is still electrically connected and has priority over any external plug n play devices. A new set of keyboard pressure pads should solve this. I suggest taking it to your local computer repair centre.
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