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I have an Asus notebook laptop,would not power up or charge so looked on line for advice, following this I lifted up the keyboard and two strips under keypad came unattached how do I reconnect them

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The plastic block it goes into has a section you pull out a bit with your finger nails, it will move forward and then push back in with the ribbon cable to lock it, its fiddly but not difficult

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Ok, on a laptop you need to get some cups and label them to put the screws in so you will know where they came from. Remove the Power Cord, Remove the Battery then start removing all the screws from the bottom of the laptop. Then remove all the devices from the bottom of the laptop such as the hard drive, the memory, dvd/cd drive, wireless card, etc. Take note of how the wires are on the wireless card, those are the antennas.

Look inside the battery case, hard drive case, memory case and dvd drive slot for screw. Some screws on the bottom case in inside of some of the device cases might have the icon of a keyboard next to it. Those screws hold the keyboard in place.

Turn the laptop over, remove the strip that is just above the keyboard but be careful because a cable might be attached to it. Then remove the screws that hold the keyboard in place that are under where the strip was and gently lift the keyboard out because there is definitely a cable under it.

Next you can remove the screws from the lcd hinges at the corners and lift the lcd screen off, also note that you will have to pull the antennas cable and the lcd cable when you remove the lcd.

Next start removing any screws that hold the palmrest in place. Take note of any cables that are attached to the palmrest and remove them then lift the palmrest off.

Next start removing any screws you see that hold the motherboard to the bottom case, then lift the motherboard out an start replacing the fan.

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Ok, on a laptop you need to get some cups and label them toput the screws in so you will know where they came from. Remove the PowerCord, Remove the Battery then start removing all thescrews from the bottom of the laptop. Then remove all the devices fromthe bottom of the laptop such as the hard drive, the memory, dvd/cd drive,wireless card, etc. Take note of how the wires are on the wireless card,those are the antennas.

Look inside the battery case, hard drive case, memory case and dvd drive slotfor screw. Some screws on the bottom case in inside of some of the devicecases might have the icon of a keyboard next to it. Those screws hold thekeyboard in place.

Turn the laptop over, remove the strip that is just above the keyboard but becareful because a cable might be attached to it. Then remove the screwsthat hold the keyboard in place that are under where the strip was and gentlylift the keyboard out because there is definitely a cable under it.

Next you can remove the screws from the lcd hinges at the corners and lift thelcd screen off, also note that you will have to pull the antennas cable and thelcd cable when you remove the lcd.

Next start removing any screws that hold the palmrest in place. Take note ofany cables that are attached to the palmrest and remove them then lift thepalmrest off.

Next start removing any screws you see that hold the motherboard to the bottomcase, then lift the motherboard out an start replacing the fan.

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Remove the Power Cord, Remove the Battery. Look inside the battery compartment and see if any screws are there, if so remove them (the keys inside the battery compartment normally holds the strip that is above the keyboard). If you see a screw that has the icon of a keyboard beside it, then that screw holds the keyboard in place. Look along the bottom of the laptop for more screws that have the icon of a keyboard beside them and remove them. In fact you could just remove all screws from the bottom of the laptop just in case you have to remove the palmrest. Remove the screws from the covers that houses the memory and hard drive and check inside them for screws. Sometimes a keyboard screw might be inside them.

Turn the laptop over and remove the strip that is at the top of the keyboard by gently prying it off with a small flat head screw driver. Be careful because there might be a cable attached to it. If the strip above the keyboard is one big piece that requires the whole palmrest to be removed, then look along the sides and top of the keyboard for little catches that you can push to release the keyboard and it will come out without having to remove the palmrest.

if the you have to just remove the strip at the top of the keyboard, once it is removed there might be screws at the top of the keyboard that hide under the strip to remove. Once the screws are removed, gently try to lift the keyboard out. Small catches on the side might be holding it so you might have to work with pulling one side out first then the keyboard will come out. Be careful, there is a cable under the keyboard that plugs into the board. Remove the keyboard cable from the board then lift it all the way out.

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Remove the power cord, remove the battery, turn the laptop over and remove any screws you see inside the battery compartment. Also look on the bottom and in the battery case for any keys that might have the icon of a keyboard beside them (they hold the keyboard in place). You might have to remove all the screws from the bottom case if the laptop's design does not have a separate strip that sits above the keyboard. Once you have the screws remove, turn the laptop over and open the lid. If there laptop has a strip above the keyboard, then pry it off gently because a cable might be under it. If it does not have a strip, but is all one big piece called the palmrest that surrounds the keyboard, then the keyboard might have little catches on the sides and at the top that you can move and wiggle the keyboard out. if not you will have to remove the palmrest. Also if you have the strip above the keyboard, once you remove it you might see screws that hold the keyboard then remove them.

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1.Power off the Acer laptop and flip the unit over. Slide the battery release lever over and lift the battery out of the laptop.

2.Turn the laptop back over and open the lid. Look inside the open area on the keyboard where the key would normally go. Check to see if the plastic retaining clip is still inside the hole.

3Locate the plastic retaining clip if it fell off the keyboard along with the key. Use a pair of tweezers to set the clip back inside the hole. Line up the holes on the clip with the four raised nodules inside the keyboard hole.

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Hi there , this might be the ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the laptop , lay the screen flat , look at the left hand side of the lap top , there is a strip you can lift up , where the power switch is. lift the strip up , you will now see the two screws holding the keyboard down, unscrew them , slide the keyboard up slowly and lift , gentaly you will now see the small riben cable, lift the small black catch , then reseat the cable , push the catch back, and reseat the keyboard. now retry the keyboard ...

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