Also, I didn't use my Laptop's keyboard so I guess that I did not cause this problem.
I'm using an external keyboard all the time and I've never touched the Laptop's keyboard that's why I meantHello and welcome to TSG!!
It sounds like the keyboard is defective. Have you tried an external keyboard? I expect it would work fine. The way most keyboards are designed, using a matrix assembly, this type of failure is not uncommon, multiple keys ceasing to function. Looking at a YouTube video for replacing the keyboard in this model laptop, it would appear that it is much better to replace the entire top assembly. The keyboard is attached in such a way that replacement is difficult, at best. They keyboard is secured to the top ***'y with "plastic rivets", bits of plastic that stick through the keyboard mounting holes and are melted over to form a rivet-shaped cap, holding the k/b in place.
I'm not quite sure what you mean by this, though:
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