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I just bought a used 2001 clicky keyboard, and the g and h keys are transposed. How do I get the caps off to fix? Thanks.

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    firstluff Jun 26, 2009

    I wound up using an improvised key-removal tool: two unfolded paper clips, each with a tiny hook bent into one end. The hooks were slipped down to engage the diagonally-opposite corners of each keycap and lifted to remove the cap. Worked well without the danger of breaking the caps.

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Carefully take a small knife such as a butter knife, slip it under the key and pry it up, be sure that if the key is resistant that you do not break it. kids at my old school use to do that in the computer lab all the time, immature and idiotic.

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