|Aug 2, 2010, 11:16 AM||#1|
Keyboard types two keys at once
So a few days ago I spilt tea on my MBP. When I opened it back up everything seemed to be in working condition, however a few of my keys were sticky. So, yesterday I took them off and started cleaning. That's when things went down hill.
Now, my keyboard will type two letters at the same time. For example, when I press "r" it will type "ry". It does this for the whole row. The Dashboard key brightens the screen and brings up the dashboard. 4 types 46. f types fh. v types vn. And space doesn't space.
Are things completely fried?
|Nov 8, 2010, 03:32 AM||#2|
mine has a similar issue. Although its only the j and k m and , and u and i keys... any ideas form anyone? I tried a complete fresh install of OSX and also an external keyboard does work perfectly... any ideas?
27 iMac i7 2.93, 12GB ram; Macbookpro 2.16 Duo, 2GB, 128 GB SSD; Macbook 2.4 w/ ssd; Powermac G4; Powerbook 12 inch G4; Hackintosh HP 2140; iPhone 4
|Jun 23, 2011, 02:25 AM||#4|
Yeah I have had this problem before and its not something I want to have happen again.
Hopefully no liquid got on the connector that goes to the logic board.
I would try to clean the keys again, liquid might get into the rubber grommet thats right under the key..
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