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The laptop keys are fixed to keyboard by two tiny plastic joint.
If you have lost or broken the plastic joints you may need to buy a spare keyboard or the single keys
Here is explained in detail with pictures how to replace keys.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
Actually if the retainers on the key are intact you can forgo all of this. simply put the two pieces of the retainer back together so they key has the ability to pop us, so to speak, and slip it into the little metal bracers things on the keyboard...it took me thirty minutes to put my "D" key back on but in that thirty minutes i saved myself a little over one hundred dollars...just something to ponder though...
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