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Current version by: martywild10 ,

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Hi there,
 
I had a similar problem with a keyboard recently. The first thing I would recommend to try is to remove the key from the keyboard, you can do this using something that you can wedge under the key - ideally a plastic pry tool or a guitar pick will work. After removing the key you can then clean underneath using a paper towel or some compressed air if you have some. Replace the key and test the keyboard.
 
Should this not work you will need to replace the whole keyboard. There are numerous guides on YouTube on how do to this and it is a relatively simple task usuallyusually, keyboards can be bought off ebay and are usually about £10-£15.
Should this not work you will need to replace the whole keyboard. There are numerous guides on YouTube on how do to this and it is a relatively simple task usuallyusually, keyboards can be bought off ebay and are usually about £10-£15.
 
Hope this helps,
 
Marty

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Original post by: martywild10 ,

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Hi there,

I had a similar problem with a keyboard recently. The first thing I would recommend to try is to remove the key from the keyboard, you can do this using something that you can wedge under the key - ideally a plastic pry tool or a guitar pick will work. After removing the key you can then clean underneath using a paper towel or some compressed air if you have some. Replace the key and test the keyboard.

Should this not work you will need to replace the whole keyboard. There are numerous guides on YouTube on how do to this and it is a relatively simple task usually.

Hope this helps,

Marty

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open