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The Y key was sticking on so I popped it off (worked) and now how do I put it back on?

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Just push it back.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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The larger keys (Shift, Space, etc.) has metal bars holding down the cap, etc., so it may take more effort to pop the key top (cap) off.
If you have quite a few to do, and you don't want to risk breaking anything, the Apple store is probably your next stop.

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To put them back on, place them where you want them and then push them gently until they click. Just make sure that the key is dead center and push down. If it doesn't sit right, pop it and start again.

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