Question about Gateway 7001433 Keyboard
My son ripped off the p on my gateway laptop keyboard and i'm searching for either just a p cap or a whole new alphabet for the keyboard. I don't need anything but the cap part.
You will probably not be able to purchase a key but try calling the manufacturer and they may be able to send you one for free.
However a better solution:
use a small screwdriver or knife to prise off another similar sized key on your keyboard (most user never use the windows key,
bottom left between <CTRL> and <ALT>)
Place the screwdriver or knife tip under the bottom edge of the key and gently lever it upwards until it clips off.
Now put this key over the 'P' position and gently press down, it should clip on successfully
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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