Question about Acer Aspire 5920-6727 Notebook
Keys and buttons are working fine at the moment, albeit a little sticky, but I want to clean under the keys and touchpad buttons asap so they don't get corrosion damage. How do I go about removing the keyboard, or is there a safer method?
Not so sure on the touch pad, but the keyboard is easy to remove. Make sure the laptop is switched off first.
There are a series of little clips holding the keyboard on. Look along the top above the F keys you will see 3 or 4 little clips, push each of them in and up (away from the keyboard) using something thin and blunt so as not to cause any damage.
There will also be some little clips each side of the keyboard, these do not push in, you need to manoeuvre the keyboard past these.
Lift the keyboard from the top as it slots into some grooves at the bottom. There will be a ribbon cable connecting it to your laptop, this is easily undone and the keyboard is off.
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