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Any keyboard can be dismantled. Each one has its own configuration, however: Turn the keyboard over on its face with the back up. >Usually there are several inset screws (phillips head type) on the rear of the keyboard. Remove those. >There may be snaps (or not) additionally holding the cover on. Go carefully and see how they are holding. If you are lucky there are none. >Once the rear cover is removed, be VERY careful not to let the keys tumble out. It's a real bear trying to get them back in proper order again. You might try Youtube, just type your keyboard type in the search and see what pops up.
Posted on May 09, 2014
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