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HP Pavilion zv6000 Notebook PC keyboard replaced

Replaced the keyboard and reseated several times , but some letters(on the left side of the keyboard do not work. Any suggestions ?

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Probably the keyboard you got is defective. I have seen buttons working in very bad conditions. When a key doesnt work or several is bad news.

Try to get a replacement. Since you have already reseated this simply check if the flex cable is properly locked, (ear plugs or similar) and not moving.

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here is a video for a DV6000 series, same concept -- to give you the idea on how it's done

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RblDBWRFB7o

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