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Try re-seating the keyboard, here is a link to dells website showing you how to remove the keyboard...it's not a tricky thing to do but do take your time and follow the instructions.
Once the keyboard is removed have a look for any liquid ingress from the cleaning, just pat down with a paper towel and replace the keyboard and restart, let me know if this helped.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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