Question about HP Pavilion TX1000Z 12.1 NOTEBOOK LAPTOP PC PC Notebook
First thing you want to do is keep it from getting worse. Open
the laptop all the way up and set it keyboard face down on a soft towel
to wick away any juice. Once that is dry you can remove the
keyboard (or have someone help you) by typing in you model number and
"keyboard replacement" in Google - you are bound to find a
tutorial. Most of the time you will gently pry up the cover where
the on/off switch and panel lights are (above the keyboard) and then
remove a couple of screws and lift the keyboard out. Be very careful
with the ribbon cable(s) that connect to the motherboard and make sure
you have grounded your static electricity (not usu. a problem in the
south). Also check that no juice has gone beneath the kbd - if so
best to take to a shop for cleaning. Many times you can rinse the
keyboard and let it dry and it will work. If not you can get a
cheap replacement on eBay.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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