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All keys work on my laptop except the m key
Start by taking the key off, be gentle and try to leave the retainer on the board. Check to see if the rubber depressor has shifted, is stuck in the depressed position, or has some dust/dirt in it or on the contact point. Cleaning the depressor or the contact point wouldn't hurt either. Check the contact point by pressing it with your finger or a pencil eraser. If the contact point works, then put the key back on and try it. If the depressor is good, then check the keyboard connection, they will sometimes work loose or get a little dirt/corrosion build up. If the connection is good, then I'm afraid a keyboard replacement is your only option.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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