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11-23-2014

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Keyboard problem on Lenovo Yoga 2 13

2015-03-14, 12:53 PM

Hello there!

 

I bought my Lenovo Yoga 2 13 for 2 month ago and are really happy with it!

 

But recently I discovered a problem, the O key on my keyboard react on only touch the key, not even press it.

So when I write and I rest my finger on the O key then it will register me typing without even press the key!

 

Really annoying so please help :-)

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Re: Keyboard problem on Lenovo Yoga 2 13

2015-03-16, 15:39 PM

hi mudi1997,

 

Thanks for Posting!

 

There aint a feature that changes the sensitivy of  the Keyboard, It is plain mechanical when pressing a key.

  Try checking if there is a dirt or any foreign things under the key,

If non, Then it might be that the O key is not properly attached, If you are not comfortable reseating the Key, You should Call Lenovo Technical Team for assistance.

http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/supportphonelist_alt1

 

Regards

Solid Cruver



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