A simple thing to do first is to disassemble the troubled switches and clean out any debris.
I had a few Cherry MX switches that chattered, and someone recommended putting a couple drops of isopropyl alcohol in the switch, and then rapidly depress the swtich repeatedly. This worked without having to disassemble the switch. Perhaps, some of the more experienced forum members who have more experience with ALPs switches can chime in to see if this would be a reasonable option as well for ALPs switches.
If neither of these maneuvers work, you can desolder the bad switches and replace with either switches that aren't used much (print screen, scroll lock, or pause), or purchase some replacement ALPs switches to solder those in.