@fkdonnie10 asked 8 months ago.

How to fix laptop keyboard keys not working?

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@logic answered 5 months ago.

The first thing you can do is try removing the key and cleaning it. If you can see debris underneath, then you can blow it out.  Otherwise, you can use a q-tip and rubbing alcohol to clean under the keys.  Next, you can take the key off of the keyboard.

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@biwacolossu answered 6 months ago.

 

 

 

The first thing you can do is try removing the key and cleaning it. If you can see debris underneath, then you can blow it out.  Otherwise, you can use a q-tip and rubbing alcohol to clean under the keys.  Next, you can take the key off of the keyboard.

 

 

 

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@watapamohu answered 6 months ago.

There are many reasons for your laptop keyboard not working properly: dust, liquid spills, or debris stuck under individual keys, or a faulty keyboard connector, for example. The first thing you should do is turn off your laptop and unplug the power adapter. Then use a can of compressed air to blow out any dust or debris between the keys.
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@abezepenn answered 6 months ago.

The first step is to remove the keycap and see whether the issue is with the mechanical switch or the keyboard connector. If it’s the switch, you can clean it with a cotton swab and some alcohol to remove any dirt or debris that might be causing the problem. You can also replace it if it’s faulty.
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@gimmycocann answered 7 months ago.

Now you will be introduced to the basic steps of how to fix laptop keyboard keys not working. The first step is to take out the keycap. Press the keycap gently, so as to remove the keycap. The second step is to clean it. The third step is to replace the keycap. The fourth step is to test.
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