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I have a HP 9009 notebook(with cracked lid and bezel) and now the delete and arrow keys quit working.I think everything else is working fine.Any ideas?Also,does anyone know if the keypad keys come off? If so,how? Thanks,Kevin

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You have to replace the keyboard. You can typically find a used keyboard on ebay for $40.00 or so. The keys do come off but break very easily.

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