Question about Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook
These keys attch by a pivot point on one side and a catch on the other. Look at the key bottom, there on one side it will look like an "L" shaped piece of plastic or something like that and on the other side, maybe a bar that snaps into catches on the mount. Now, the mount may look like a scissor jack, that allows the key pad to move up and down. You want to start with the side of the key that catches on a lip, and then you are going to roll your finger across the key and apply even pressure to the pad all the way across and puch down on the other side, this should click the key into place. It takes practice and you have to get a close look at the mechanism to know which side to start with.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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