Ga door naar hoofdinhoud
Help

Deze versie is geschreven door: Augustine ,

Tekst:

Hi @daveyvee
 
That would be a good start, normally I will check the keyboard for any dirt and debris between keys.... using camera blower / compressed airair... shoo shoo those hair ... finger nails, skin, dust, dead skin.. .etc.
That would be a good start, normally I will check the keyboard for any dirt and debris between keys.... using camera blower / compressed airair... shoo shoo those hair ... finger nails, skin, dust, dead skin.. .etc.
 
next is to clean the LVDS connector of the keyboard, also also use a camera blower to blow out the dust and debris in the LVDS socket.
 
else if it does not work, a replacement module is necessary.
 
do not screw over tight on the replacement keyboard, just to hold in well, as due to thermal, it may contract and expands ... which I think it may cause stress to internal circuity of the keyboard module.

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Augustine ,

Tekst:

Hi @daveyvee

That would be a good start, normally I will check the keyboard for any dirt and debris between keys.... using camera blower / compressed air.

next is to clean the LVDS connector of the keyboard, also also use a camera blower to blow out the dust and debris in the LVDS socket.

else if it does not work, a replacement module is necessary.

do not screw over tight on the replacement keyboard, just to hold in well, as due to thermal, it may contract and expands ... which I think it may cause stress to internal circuity of the keyboard module.

Status:

open