Question about HP 430205-001 - HP Pavilion DV5000 Series Super Multi dual format, dual layer Drive Burner
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The black cover keys over "cap lock" and "shift" have come off my HP Pavilion dv5000 laptop. I have tried unsuccessfully to re-attach. Both keys keep coming off and I am frustrated to the point of using an auxiliary keyboard!
Is there anyway besides using super glue to re-attached the keys? A past response from FixYa was to use a screwdriver to screw back on the silver u-shaped part but the answer failed to mention what to screw on and where? Where's the thread?
Is there anyone out there who knows how to re-attach loose keys to this computer??
I have the hp pavilion dv5000 and the black pad on my shift key has broken off, too. I would love to superglue it on, but I'm afraid I'll do more damage than good.
I had no luck finding the white plastic part and black rubber piece to fix my keys (that my terrilble 2 yr old pulled off). I did find the whole keyboard for under 25 bucks with shipping from amazon. I am undecided if I should replace the whole keyboard or just pick and choose the missing pieces off the replacement.
Has anyone tried to replace their keyboard?
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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