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Lost clip for the acer aspire 5920 keyboard

I have lost the F key clip which holds down the F key to the keyboard an i dont no were i can get either the F key its self or just the clip and i am not paying £30 for a full keyboard when at the end of the day i only need 1 key so please could someone help me??

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Hi, I'm afraid you're most likely going to end up having to buy the whole keyboard.
As far as my experience goes you could probably snatch the clip if you find someone who has an old 5920.

Most manufacturers, and or dealers- doesn't sell single keys.

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