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Either a software re flash may help or a keypad replacement. Usually facial moisture could be a cause of this. i would recommend trying a blow dryer on the keypad for 40 seconds with out the battery to see if that fixes the problem
My phone (in a cotton phone bag) was very slightly damped by a spilled drink about 4 months ago. The keyboard immediately stopped working (only power button works). My friend told me to blow dry it, so I tried and it worked. Just today, my keyboard stopped working again even though there was no further water damage (at least not to my knowledge), I used the blower dryer trick again. and it worked again. So ... you can give it a try.
well that and unlocking the phone voids your warranty. First try taking your battery out and then holding down the # and * keys while you put the battery back in. If it didn't automatically load to a black screen displaying your software version, power it on while holding down those keys. once you've reached this screen let go of the keys and power it on normally. If that doesn't work reply to this post and I will troubleshoot further.