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Need keyboard help :(

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by HAngear, Dec 20, 2011.

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  1. HAngear

    HAngear Thread Starter

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    Hey guys, new to this forum (no idea if this is the right location), anyway ive got a Packard Bell Easynote TM which is about 7 months old now.

    Recently, the laptop has begun falling apart. Last week, some of the clips holding the laptop screen plastic housing have broken undone and I cannot fasten them again. Now, my Enter key is over sensitive and if i blow on the key, itl trigger it...

    Im not bothered about the screen housing but what can i do about the key? I dont have compressed air or anything and ive taken the key off and given it a shaking out..

    The problem began thismorning but i didnt register till about an hour ago.

    Any suggestions or should I march my laptop in for repairs?

    Cheers :cool:
     
  2. Triple6

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    I'd be sending the laptop in for repair if its falling apart, unless its user damage which will not be covered under the standard warranty unless you have an extended warranty or it s known fault with the units. I'd probably call their free tech support and see what they say.
     
  3. HardwareHelper

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    Yeah, I agree you should ring tech support as it is only a few months old.
     
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