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Keyboard keys popped off. I need to re-install them

Two keyboard keys popped off and I'm having the hardest time re-installing them. Any tips or tricks regarding this procedure?

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Don't try and push them on straight
hold them on a bit of a slant then push in

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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