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Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
 

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Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Yes, All keys.

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Ok the dead key is removed.
 

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Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Yes, All keys.

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Ok the dead key is removed.
Try to clean it.
 

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Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Yes, All keys.

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Ok the dead key is removed.
Try to clean it.
I think I analize the issue, There no elelectricty running to that key. Something that is inside the keyboard is malfunctioning. I don't really think it is but thank you for your solution.
 

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Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Yes, All keys.

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
Yes.'

Is it a mechanical keyboard?
No.
Laptop keyboard?
By the way, Is it okay to remove a key from a lato
"To remove the keycap from a keyboard, place your finger nail, small flat-head screwdriver, or knife under a corner of the key and gently pry it up. In many situations, the key only snaps out partially. If the keycap is still attached to the laptop, use your fingers to remove the keycap completely."

Before you do that, have you cleaned the key?
Ok the dead key is removed.
Try to clean it.
I think I analize the issue, There no elelectricty running to that key. Something that is inside the keyboard is malfunctioning. I don't really think it is but thank you for your solution.
You might try to ask an expert for computers maybe he'll help you?
 
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