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More than likely the keyboard contacts for this unit have been damaged. The fact the keys are all in the same sector would denote that the keyboard has lost the ability to touch the sensor properly and is not registering this keyboard. You can easily replace this unit. They can be found on Amazon for about $20.00 and require the removal of four screws and a ribbon cable. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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