Double coding or key bounce


 It's not uncommon for a buckling spring to become "trapped" during shipment. Try removing the "problem" key and re-inserting it. To remove, place a small screwdriver under the front edge of the key and pry upward lightly. Be careful not to flip the key across the room when it comes free. 
To install a key, rock the keyboard front to back so the spring pivots freely into the center of the chimney area. It doesn't have to be perfectly centered, just not touching any of the sides. At this point, place the stem of the key into the chimney with the spring riding up into the center of the stem. Press down until it snaps into place. Actuate the button and feel the tactile switch. If you don't feel the snap, remove the key and do it again.

If you are still having issues, try adjusting the Repeat Delay and Repeat Rate parameters in your operating system.

In Windows, to check this, please navigate to:
Control Panel > Ease of Access Center > Change how your keyboard works
Control Panel > Keyboard
From here, you should see sliders for Repeat Delay and Repeat Rate.
Set Repeat Delay to Long
Set Repeat Rate to Fast
Now test the key that was previously double coding.
If this resolved your issue but you use the Repeat feature frequently, you may consider decreasing your Repeat Delay incrementally.