Answer to: Some keys don't work when replacing keyboard after liquid spillHello! I'm not sure if it's good practice to do this, but since there was a topic regarding the exact same issue I've been having, I figured I'd come here first rather than start a new one. But I'm looking at pretty much the same issue with the same model. I just went through the laborious process of replacing the damaged keyboard to find that the new (unused) one doesn't work completely itself. In my case q-o and a-l do not work. I was wondering if you were ever able to fix your problem? And obviously how you were able to do so. Or if anyone else has any ideas. I've tried resetting the keyboard settings, redoing the ribbon. I'm not really sure where to go next. Thanks!