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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sticky keys
Try the following guide
There are no guides from Gateway for the keys available for the but this guide will be more than enough to help you through this one in order to remove them. Its should be completely the same principle.
Cleaning the keys should be done without alchohol based cleaners because the lettering might be erased. Use some soap and warm water instead and gently scrab with a soft brush the bottom of the keys.
Please remember to take out your laptop battery/ac adaptor in any case since you will be working at hardware level with your equipment.
Regards, and I wish you no more sticky keys!
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Posted on Apr 02, 2008
Its hard to get them working again properly, i had to replace 4 sticky keys finally. I found this company who sell laptop keyboard keys at a very good rate, and even have tutorial's on how to fix the keys , that makes it really easy ...
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
Remove the Power Cord, Remove the Battery. Close the LCD Lid then turn the laptop over. Look inside the battery case to see if there are any screws in there, if so remove them. Sometimes the keyboard might have screws inside the battery case too. If that's the case normally you will see the keyboard icon next to the screw. The purpose of removing screws in the battery case is there might be some that hold the strip that is above the keyboard in place.
You can look at the rest of the screws on the bottom of the laptop to see if you see any that might have the keyboard icon next to it. if so remove that screw. Also sometimes there might be a screw that holds the keyboard inside the memory slot or any of the other slots so just look for them. If you'd like you could just remove all the screws from the bottom of the laptop.
Turn the laptop back over after the screws are removed, then take a small flat head screwdriver and pry the strip that is above the keyboard aloose. Normally this strip has the power button on it. Be careful removing this strip because there will probably be a cable attached underneath it.
Once the strip is removed there might be screws that hold the keyboard in place a the top of the keyboard, if so remove them. Now you can just lift the keyboard out but be careful because there is a keyboard cable underneath the keyboard that has to be removed. If the keyboard does not just come out then more than likely there are little catches that help hold it in place either at the top or on the sides, just work with one side to pry it from the catches then you will be able to get the keyboard out.
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
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