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It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work, clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for removing the keyboard for cleaning or replacement can be found in the [guide|69273|keyboard replacement guide].
-General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|troubleshooting guide]]
+General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|troubleshooting guide]].

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work, clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for removing the keyboard for cleaning or replacement can be found in the [guide|69273] guide.
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work, clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for removing the keyboard for cleaning or replacement can be found in the [guide|69273|keyboard replacement guide].
-General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]
+General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|troubleshooting guide]]

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Edit by: Heidi Bell ,

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work, clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for removing the keyboard for cleaning or replacement can be found in the https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/HP+ProBook+4520s+Keyboard+Replacement/69273.
- General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work, clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for removing the keyboard for cleaning or replacement can be found in the [guide|69273] guide.
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+General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for resolving keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work, clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for removing the keyboard for cleaning or replacement can be found in the https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/HP+ProBook+4520s+Keyboard+Replacement/69273.
+ General tips to resolve other issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such liquid dish soap and whip the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for resolving keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such as liquid dish soap and wipe the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for resolving keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]

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Edit by: Heidi Bell ,

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for resolving keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Dampen a cloth with mild detergent such liquid dish soap and whip the keyboard. Then wipe again with a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for resolving keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions on how to resolve keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions for resolving keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions on how to remove the keyboard can be found in the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_ProBook_4520s_Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions on how to resolve keyboard issues can be found in the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]]

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions on how to remove the keyboard can be found in the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/HP+ProBook+4520s+Keyboard+Replacement/69273|Keyboard Replacement Guide].
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions on how to remove the keyboard can be found in the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_ProBook_4520s_Troubleshooting|HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting Guide]

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-It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether.
+It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick. Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth. If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether. Instructions on how to remove the keyboard can be found in the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/HP+ProBook+4520s+Keyboard+Replacement/69273|Keyboard Replacement Guide].

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It sounds like you may have spilled something on the key causing it to stick.  Try wiping the keyboard with a slightly damp cloth with mild detergent and then a dry cloth.  If this doesn't work you may need to clean underneath the key or replace the key altogether.

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