Question about Dell OptiPlex GX280 PC Desktop
Took off spacebar on Dell Desktop keyboard (RT7D50) to clean underneath. Made note of orientation of the little "swaybar" underneath. Cleaned, reassembled. Spacebar is now loose and clunky, "swaybar" is loose and does not transfer force from side to side as is should. Seems the answer should be simple but after 2 hours fooling with it, I cannot resolve the clunk.
Any suggestions appreciated.
Is it the plastic or metal bar?
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
You have it in backwards.
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