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Need to replace keyboard for Balance CN 6555 laptop

Greetings to all, does anyone know where i may be able to buy a keyboard to replace the one in my balance cn6555? (model #557s) be it a generic replacement or from the anonymous chinese manufacturer whose web address and contact info still eludes me.....

thanks in advance for any information any of you may be able to provide.

sincerely, Travis

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    xhuman apellido Feb 22, 2008

    unfortunately, the cable was slaughtered, and its condition has worsened as i tried to repair it....thanks

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Check here for a laptop for parts. The keyboard looks in good condition.

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Hi,

You can buy the keyboards from HERE

If you have any other problems please feel free to ask me.

Goodluck..

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  • Priya darshan Feb 22, 2008

    If you want an external USB Keyboard(wireless) then you can have a look at HERE

  • Priya darshan Feb 23, 2008

    Yes i have given you the links you can buy the keyboard from there.

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    Please don't forget to rate properly.

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Hi travis,
Have you thought about adding an external USB Keyboard ?
If you can give me some measurements Width-height, i can try and track one down for you. Or at least a compatable match.
Whats actually wrong with it, can it be repaired or refurbished ?
Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

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