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Hi, 2 of the key pads came off at my sisters house can you give me an idea how much it will cost to get them re-installed it seems they are only the top parts & one seems to be sticking

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Hi,

You really can't purchase just the keys alone, you usually have to replace the keyboard itself. My company sells the keyboard for $69.99 for the OEM and $59.99 for compatible keyboard.

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