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You need to take out switch cover but need to take care on left side because a flat cable need to be disconnected after you lift the cover, after switch cover removal you need to lift keyboard from the upper side (four clips are holding it), finally turn back your keybaord to disconnect from mainboard connector by lifting a black holder.
Only solution here is to unplug the keyboard from the mother board. Just take apart the case and look for the ribbon cable going from the keyboard to the motherboard, and take it out. Please rate, thanks!
I took it apart b4, and took them apart roughly (the notebook is now not with me) as follows:
1. Wiggle or pop out or take out the cover plate, i.e. the cover with power switch and lights
2. You will see 2 or 3 screws, unscrew them and then wiggle the
out (pull the KB towards the screen direction).
3. Be very careful with the ribbon behind the
The most diffiuclt part was to re-assemble the ribbon back to the
motherboard. Its very easy and took about 10 minutes to replace the KB.
Thats about it. Sergio
you can pull the keys out of their sockets and wipe the rubber and plastic holders with a wet cloth. but be very carefull to cloth should not leak, just be wet to dissolve and absorbe the sugar and other stuff that stick the keys. then just insert the keys in the sockets