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I have a compaqsdm4700p took all the keys off to clean under neath and don't know where each one goes back

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1. Try to go to a Staples or other electronics store and copy down the key locations. Most are similar to yours...the rest you will have to use trial and error. 2. If you load Word and touch each key location you can see on the screen what is what>

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switch off and clean with ipa spray and test if not replace keyboard

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I think you need to be a micro surgeon to successfully get the key back on. I know of few that have successfully gotten them back on.
The good news is that the keyboard is replaceable and not very expensive.
You can sometimes use an external, wireless keyboard as a workaround...

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