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Need to put the keys back on Toshiba Satelitte keyboard

The D, M and , keys on the keyboard "popped" off after return from geeksquad - one right after the other, there is two levels of white underlayment on the D and only one level of white underlayment (circuit) on the other two, how do I put the keys back on??

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Sorry you are going to have to order a replacement keyboard. You can almost replace it yourself if you have some technical knowledge. There is a video on how to replace the keyboard on you tube.

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a wire has probably been dislodged, worked on these quite alot

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: keyboard key popped off = how do you put it back

There is no diagram to show you how they go together. I will tell you that they will only go together and work one way. I recomend that you take one of the other keys off to get an idea of how it's supposed to go together. Be gentle and try to get the key off, leaving the retainer.

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If you go here, there is a step by step video on how to disassemble your laptop in order to remove the keyboard.
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