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I bought a Logitech keyboard in April/May 2012 and it has been working fine. For the last few days, I feel that sometimes it's getting hard to press the backspace key.

I am really unsure what happened.

When this happens, I press the key many times, and it will work for me. I've tried to find out on Yahoo Answer, which suggested that maybe it's about dust, but I don't know to fix it for good.

What do other people do in this case? I am reluctant to take it to a service center, because I'd rather not be without the computer for that long.

Does anyone know any good tricks to fix it?


http://forums.logitech.com/t5/Keyboards-and-Keyboard-Mice/Someone-help-me-what-happen-to-my-keyboard/m-p/853680

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Try turning the keyboard upside down and tapping lightly on the bottom . – ahmed Jul 11 '12 at 20:06
    
Return and get a replacement for your keyboard since it is only a few months old. – Jeff F. Jul 11 '12 at 20:54

Best bet would probably be to call Logitech support for a quick answer - other folks may have had the same issue so they may be able to provide a fix or let you know that you need a new keyboard. Either way, I'd give them a call first - 1-646-454-3200.

-Alex

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yes, you are totally right. I have post a new link on my question about their answer on my post. I will call them in morning. Now is night for me. 4:49 AM. thanks for help :) – Gupta Anirudha Jul 11 '12 at 23:19

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