U may have tried this already, but this has happened to my keyboard, and instead of pressing it down, sliding it in from top to bottom always works for me. though this only works with laptop keyboards, if ur talking about a desktop then idk
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Unless I'm missing something, just put the key back where it belongs. Push down hard, and it'll snap back into its place. If this doesn't work, check the underside of the key. If you see broken plastic, you'll probably have to find a new key. Acer laptops seem to have a problem with keys coming out and breaking (just look at the number of times this question has been asked!)
If the keyboard is malfunctioning due to factory fault, you can request a warranty repair from Acer depending on the status of the warranty.
If keys have fallen off or if the damage was caused by a liquid spill, the warranty option doesn't apply.
If you already have the keyboard, you should be able to find repair documentation on Acer's site.
There should be several screws on the back of the laptop. A few of them might have an icon near them that indicates the purpose of the screw. If you see any icons that resemble a keyboard, you should take those screws out. Then you will be able to take the keyboard out and replace it. Remember to be gentle during this process as the motherboard will be temporarily exposed.