Post originale di: Dan ,
@fixer66 - Again your symptoms are telling me to remove the more obvious problem first! The swollen battery is the easy fix. Otherwise, you'er left with the bigger issue of the keyboard getting liquid damaged. Mostly, I find people confess they had a sizable spill and more than one row of keys are effected and its not sporadic. The S to L keys are using the same row line but there are a few more keys in the row A as well as ; as well as ' that would also be effected. Think of it like a spreadsheet where you lost a full row of information not just a few cells across or down a column. Instead of arguing, how about diagnosing the source of the problem?