Question about HP P2360AA Keyboard/Mouse
The solution may be as simple as popping the key up and then reattaching it. Most likely the key is not sitting as flat and even with the other keys. If that is the case you will want to pry the key up until it comes off and then reattach the key. doing this will realign the scissor action components of the key.
The worst case scenario is that you will need to replace the keyboard. Depending on your ability to open up the laptop,.. you may be able to do the replacement yourself,.. if not,.. you will need to take it in or send it off for repair. I have been doing electronic repair professionally for many years,.. let me know if you need further assistance. have a great evening
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
I need to ask if on the Insprion 1700 laptops, can the keys easily be replaced. I have worked on some Dell models and find it impossible to replace the key once pryed off.
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