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My 1005HAB keyboar9d has9 started generating the number 9 at random times...as you9 can see! this9 is a hu9ge problem. HELP!!

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The keyboard is broken and the 9 key got stuck, try lifting it gently with a pencil's point, if it get stuck again after pressing it, then you may need to replace the keyboard wich is cheap, look for it on ebay. To change the keyboard look for the fasteners above the top keyboard row they look like tiny metallic wires press them with a clockwork screwdriver and the keyboard should release, then free the ribbon cable losening the plastic fastener. Put your new keyboard ribbon cable and tight the fastener, sleep the keyboard in place... presto

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