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That would be a messy job indeed. but you can do it. all you need is to be careful enough. try to unscew the keyboard and arrange everything according to the way you dismantle it. be very careful with the rubber housing for your keyboard as this will affect the way you type.
look for the small board which has the leds soldered to it and start the unsoldering from there. after doing the led changing, replace everything back as the way that you put it. just be sure that you are able to arrange everything the way that it should be.
hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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