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I see some worn keycaps (shiny spots) I also see some debris, I don’t see anything excessive from what I would generally see when I encounter a keyboard that would have been liquid damaged. The little surface dirt around the O and L keys can’t be the cause of the a stuck key.
What keys where you encountering issues with?
More often I see swelled battery messing things up.
=== Update (04/16/2021) ===
-OK so lets look as how a keyboard works as that can help you see the keyboard is not your issue! If you had a constant set of keys throwing up odd responses then I could see this as a keyboard issue. In this case any key creates different responses and different keys are effected. This is a symptom of a logic board failure!
+OK so lets look as how a keyboard works as that can help you see the keyboard is not your issue! If you had a constant set of keys throwing up odd responses then I could see this as a keyboard issue. In this case any key creates different responses and different keys are effected. This is a symptom of a cable or logic board failure!
A keyboard is a grid similar to how a spreadsheet works with columns and rows. So an error in a row will effect that row and likewise an error within a given column will only effect that column,
I’m suspecting the keyboard cable is damaged or the connector on the logic board is. Review this guide [guide|17052], jump down to Step 24 is the ribbon cable properly seated is it in good shape?

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Editado por: Dan ,

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I see some worn keycaps (shiny spots) I also see some debris, I don’t see anything excessive from what I would generally see when I encounter a keyboard that would have been liquid damaged. The little surface dirt around the O and L keys can’t be the cause of the a stuck key.
What keys where you encountering issues with?
More often I see swelled battery messing things up.
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+=== Update (04/16/2021) ===
+OK so lets look as how a keyboard works as that can help you see the keyboard is not your issue! If you had a constant set of keys throwing up odd responses then I could see this as a keyboard issue. In this case any key creates different responses and different keys are effected. This is a symptom of a logic board failure!
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+A keyboard is a grid similar to how a spreadsheet works with columns and rows. So an error in a row will effect that row and likewise an error within a given column will only effect that column,
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+I’m suspecting the keyboard cable is damaged or the connector on the logic board is. Review this guide [guide|17052], jump down to Step 24 is the ribbon cable properly seated is it in good shape?

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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I see some worn keycaps (shiny spots) I also see some debris, I don’t see anything excessive from what I would generally see when I encounter a keyboard that would have been liquid damaged. The little surface dirt around the O and L keys can’t be the cause of the a stuck key.

What keys where you encountering issues with?

More often I see swelled battery messing things up.

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open