My Laptop Keyboard is not working
My dell inspiron n5110 was not charging, I checked charger working condition found well giving 19.5 volts. So I dissembled the laptop and cleaned, tightened. After assembling connected the charger to laptop found charger stopped to work. I tried with another charger surprisingly working but keyboard is not working. What might be the problem please give solution
I think during re-assembling, something would have gone wrong. If the laptop keyboards suddenly stops working, it is usually a loose connection or accumulation of dust particles, etc. Since you have cleaned it, we can eliminate that reason. Best thing is to take your laptop to the nearest Dell service center, along with both the chargers that you used.
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