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Keyboard comma come off

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How do i clip a piece back onto my laptop. it doesn't appear to be broken it has just come off. it is a ASUS A7C series laptop

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I called Techiedirect out of Raleigh NC to assist me with my computer repair. The came out and fixed the problem within the week.

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I would definitely visit http://www.laptop-keys.com. They have some great tutorials on how to replace single laptop keyboard keys.

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First exam if the retainer clip have any missing legs, and the hooks in the back of the key cover are not bent or broken. If Any of the parts are broken, no matter what you do, you will not be able to put it back on. See the following link for more info, and if it is broken, I have found the individualkeys.com to be very reliable source for replacement laptop keys. Hope this has been helpful.
http://laptop-keyboard-key.blogspot.com/2009/12/replacement-laptop-key-install-guide-1.html

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

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