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3 broken keys

Where can I get them replaced in Cairo

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You will have to take it to a computer repair shop that is an Acer agent or support center.
Then they can order a replacement keyboard for you as replacing just the keys is hard since you need the exact same key type.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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