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Recently my Zenbook prime's keyboard has had issues with its keyboard. Randomly, various keys will just stop working. Sometimes they work if I continually press them...sometimes not.

Any idea what's going on here? Dirt behind the keys? Faulty keyboard?

I'm not sure how to remove the keys...plus I don't want to ruin the keyboard. Do you guys know how to remove the keyboard on the zenbook prime?

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I haven't had my hands on one, but I am led to believe these things have crappy keyboards. – Shinrai Oct 26 '12 at 22:31
    
You can probably use a keycap puller. As for the keyboard itself, it's not the Prime but I found a guide for a related model here. Looking at it though, wouldn't recommend it if you don't have prior experience. – Karan Oct 26 '12 at 22:38

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