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I have a small cluster of keys (D-E-R-4) which sound/feel different from the others. They feel like something is “stuck” under them. They really “click” when you press them, and it feels like something gives.
At the same time, the left-Alt key is the opposite – it is very spongy in it its feel and doesn’t return immediately when release it – sort of creeps up in its own time.
Looks like a warranty trip is in the offing for Sammy…
Anyone else have problems with the keyboard?
Doesn’t sound good, Derek. Looks like a warranty trip to me :((
that happened to my “s” key and it returned to normal after a few days. I am thinking that I may have accidentally splashed some coke, but wasn’t sure if that was the cause or it just happened on its own. I am hoping that it won’t happen again. When the “s” kept getting stuck, it was very very frustrating.
I had a similar problem with my right shift key and my enter key but found out that it was related to a loose keyboard sticker (the doublesided tape samsung used along the screws to hold the keyboard in place)
There was a Thread about this issue on the forum but i cant find it right now.
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