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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you get water or anything on them they are gone. your best bet is to take it to a comptuer store and let them see if they can help. i dont know if you every have taken a key board a part, but i can tell you that its harder then you would think to put it back togther.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
it shoullllddddd....... but if it got to the motherboard, then you know what you need... a note to hairdryer to keyboard/laptop, it WILL melt the keys if you leave it on too long, but if you end up needing to replace the melted keys, a good link is laptop keys replacement, if you need motherboard.. ebay it.
Posted on May 25, 2010
You can remove the keyboard and clean any liquid under it. ( The keyboard is one-piece ... and you may not be able to clean easily under each key.)
Review the first few steps to "upgrade the RAM" ... it describes how to remove the keyboard... http://forums.redflagdeals.com/acer-aspire-one-upgrades-how-609546/
Check out the series of pictures (at least the 1st 3) and accompanying instructions to do this ... http://s344.photobucket.com/albums/p322/bb320/
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
SOURCE: Key board has had liquid
You should immediately meet an expert to get your laptop fixed and to prevent further damage.DO NOT USE your laptop until it is fixed because it would further risk its condition and would harm the motherboard.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
the steps to remove the keyboard is to remove the hinges cover first ..than the screws holding the keyboard in place (under the hinges cover) ..than slide it an inch forward (toward the screen ) ..and after that lift it up ...remove the ribbon from the plug ...and this is all ..replace it if you have the possibility ..or ..remove all buttons ...and clean it up ...and dry it well before replace it and see if it work s..If the damage is permanent you need a new one and the procedure is just the reverse..
Posted on Nov 30, 2011
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