• Disassemble keyboard and wash what ever is causing the problem. Never use WD40 that stuff is good for nothing leaves a sticky residue when propellent evaporates! Second get a new one they are cheap any more around $20.00. There is much better lubricant than WD40. The only thing I use WD40 for is to keep my shovels from rusting. Hint take a picture of keyboard first Jan.20
    • Ice man
      Right on. Thanks.

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