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Dell C610 laptop

I have the problem where I am looking for the instructions on how to remove and replace with a new keyboard on a Dell C610 any one have any ideas please?

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  • andyeparry Nov 27, 2008



    • Thank you Pankaj_dic your comments are correct of course however unbeknown to your self I am an electronics engineer and have been for the past 30 years however I am not prepared to start this job with out the relevant information for the very reason you eluded to in your response.

    This still leaves me looking for the infromation on how to remove and replace with a new keyboard on a Dell C610.



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If you are not sound on technical ground its better consult the technician, becaulse there are small cables and screws attached, a minute displacement may cause problem

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