Question about JVC XV841 Notebook
Hi there, i broght my laptop from Hongkong airport 2year ago, 1week ago, my keyboard has borken, 4 of my keypress dont work any more. I think i should change a new keyboard, however, i am in china right now, i dont know where i can find any help, (there are not any jvc laptop repair places in china)
what i can do now???
can i book one keyborad from anywhere??
please help me/~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`>_<
JVC was originally made in Japan, but now, most are actually made in China! Do not look for JVC shop, just look for BIG computer repair shop, take laptop in and ask. Many keyboards are now standardized, and even if yours is not, the JVC keyboard can be obtained in China. I have been there many times and am certain of this. Of course, you need to look in a big city, like Shanghai.
BTW, if the 4 keys simply do not work, but are not missing any parts (small white things that look like folding chair legs -and another part, a silicone rubber cone-shaped object), then you might simply need to:
1 remove the 4 keys (pay close attention to the way the parts are assembled, and don't forget to remove silicone part too)
2 then VACUUM the whole keyboard (in case food or liquid caused this problem).
3 Now reassemble each key externally, with its nylon parts attached
4 place the silicone cone in the correct keyboard location
5 carefully orient the assembled key in the correct position and PRESS down firmly (but NOT forcefully!) until you hear the little "folding chair legs" SNAP into place.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: keybord broken
Which 4 buttons do not work? are they in a row? you need to remove the keyboard, the bezel usually snaps off and find a part number. - If you can, blow it out with compressed air. Most likely cause is a broken copper PCB or ribbon trace.If you have a part number I can ship you a new Keyboard.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
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