Contact Gyration Technical Support at 888-340-0033 or firstname.lastname@example.org. They will send replacement keycaps, retainers, and iinstallation instructions to U.S. and Canadian mailing addresses. You need to tell them what model number the keyboard is so you get the right color keycap though.
Gyration will send replacement keys (free) if you contact them and supply a mailing address. Use email@example.com to make the request.
You must supply the model number or serial number of the keyboard to receive the correct color replacement.
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You could lift the key off to inspect underneath what's making it not work - sometimes dirt or dust gets accumulated. They should just pop out. Use a flat blade screwdriver and lift it out. To re-insert, align the key and push it back on until you hear a "snap" or click.
Hi... every keyboard has rubber membrane with two layers they are placed in parallel to each layer so you have two set of layers one after the other for each octave (12 contacts per layer) if contact fails to the PCB when u press the key or broken that particular key will not work!!! - I had evolution keyboard 49keys same thing happend and I could not find the spares here in india left aside... if you come to know the spares available anywhere please do share
The keys normally just snap back on. They are held in place with a little tab the the key snaps into. If that is broken and the key won't stay attached you could use a drop of glue. But with great care!!! Or you could just get a new keyboard.
Ceck out ebay for a replacement Keyboard, replacing keys is a real pain in the backside, a new keyboard will be far easier. I dont think you can buy individual keys for sale anyway. if not ebay google it or try Acer
for laptop keyboard, you'll need to replace the whole thing, the main reason behind it is if a customer needs to replace a single key then the company would just ship a practically weightless peice of plastic were shipping would cost more than the actual part. Also in company invetory of parts there are no part numbers for every key on the keyboard, it needs to be a kit. So that's why they would replace the keyboard for you.
there are ways to replace laptop keyboards but it is expensive. try going to a computer repair shop, they may have a broken laptop with the same keys as yours. you can also get a external usb keyboard.
1. If you have the key retainer (image) you can find some good instructions on the webpage.
2. If you do not have the retainer you will have to buy either the key or the entire keyboard from ebay. As of Jan 1 there are no keys available for acer keyboards but the entire keyboard is available here and here.