Question about Gateway 7320GZ Notebook
I left home to meet a client for work and left my IBM T42 at home with my in-law...big mistake. I came home to find that somehow the letter "p" on my keyboard just up and jumped off. Nobody new about it and yet this thing is in 3 pieces and I need to figure out the right way to put it back together. The pieces are so small and fragile, I don't want to force anything. It looks like two mettal pieces have broken off where the seat of the button would be. What to do? The power button popped off, how can we fix this?
Http://www.isoretail.com/store/proddetail.php?prod=13N9988 Is where you can buy a new keyboard. It's 22 dollars, I'd suggest that. Unless you have a way to press the key back in the slot you're done. You can burn a ton of time when the part's not that expensive. (yes you can replace it yourself)
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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