Question about Dell OW7658 (J4624SK8115RT7D50) Keyboard
That would depend on the shock damage caused when the keyboard hit the floor, if the keyboard is not working at all (i mean any key) your best off replacing the keyboard, it will work out cheaper in the long run.
What you could however is unscrew the screws underneath, split the keyboard and check to make sure the socket is plugged in.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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