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When I hit the Period Buttom it repeats the ..... multiple times ....

Everytime I hit the ..... it auto repeats ..... four or five times......

I have to delete to correct.....

Any its the only key that is doing that. Any ideas?

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Rich

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You seem to have a stuck key try popping off the individual key pad and check for anything that will cause sticking
IE dust, foreign object, moisture, corrosion.

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If those four keys feel "funny" when being pressed, it\'s almost certainly a physical obstruction. If they feel "sticky" it\'s always a liquid spill. If you don\'t recall spilling anything over the keyboard, use a can of compressed air (found at office supply stores).



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You\'ll probably see lots of junk fall out of the keyboard. That\'s good, if so--I would then retest the keyboard (no need to reboot the computer). That should fix it--if not, you may have to resort to pulling off the keys that don\'t work. The next possibility would be broken key hinges, but that\'s beyond the scope of this reply.



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