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water in my laptop keyboard

I have a Fujitsu latop - unfortunately water spilled on the keyboard and now two keys do not function and three keys type the same character twice.....HELP !!!

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I'd get a new keyboard on order.

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These are usually much less than 99 bucks and cheap compared to a new laptop.

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it is not available

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It is an old model laptop and a replacement is not available here in India.

The model is Fujitsu FMV-7000NA3.

Any tips on how to open up the keyboard... ?

Thanks

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Then ebay.

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You can't open up a keyboard. Well some have but better than 99 percent of the times I've seen people open up the keyboard it all ends up in the trash.

While you search for the keyboard, consider using an external USB or wireless keyboard. Still cheaper than a new laptop.
Bob

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Fn key

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I was advised to just sit tight on this keyboard and miracle of miracles it seems to work.

When I inserted an Internet card into the PCMIA slot it gave a buzzing sound so I restarted it and kept the card away.

I tried out various keys and one funny thing happened after this card was inserted and removed - the Fn key of the board seems locked.

When logging into my user id the Fn keys seem fine ( password has some of those keys) ; but once Windows is functional and I log in the Fn key seems to be locked and I cannot use those keys normally.

Is there a software option in Windows that I have switched on inadvertently ?

Thanks

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just sit tight

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I have done this loads of time and usually it just dries out after a few days. some times the keys get a bit sticky and they need a tap

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