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One key jumped out

How do I put tjhe key back? What is the exact position of the plastic bits?

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  • kbniemi Nov 10, 2008

    My backspace key on my Toshiba does not function. Any solutions?

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    It Wont Let Me Pop It In.


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Just press it back in

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you need to unscrew and open the keyboard to put the plastic membrane in proper position ,avoid it from falling to avoid the deposition of the plastic membrane .

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It should be possible to just clip it back in. If however any of the plastic bits have broken off you are most likely going to need to replace the keyboard (it's not cost-effective to buy a replacement key).

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That's a bit iffy. Have you spilled anything on the keyboard? It sounds like the key is a little sticky. I'd replace it personally, but if your so inclined, try popping the key off and use a q-tip with some rubbing alcohol to clean it up a bit. Then pop the key back on.

Usually you can pretty easily pop a key off a keyboard, although they all vary. I reccomend using a thin piece of flat rigid plastic to do it (the MacGuyver method would be something like the corner of a plastic putty knife - it's amazing how much tension they can put on a key without damaging it), a srewdriver tends to gouge the key and cause different sticking problems. Of course you do that at your own risk, some keyboards have retaining clips on the keys (especially low-profile and laptop keyboards). You alway run the risk of not being able to get the key to snap back on, or on some models the key comes off and a little spring goes flying and you never find it again. But again, that's up to you. The worst that can happen is you need to get a new keyboard.

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Hi Debra!

I have run into this problem a few times (coffee is necessary for those late nights and the sugar and cream dont seem to interact well with they keyboard, whodathought?)

I know this might sound absurd at first, but I have followed some advice I read on a couple sites a number of years ago. In fact, I even found one of the same articles that gave me the courage to put my keyboard in the dishwasher to clean it. I know it sounds scary, but really, there are no mechanical parts that would be hurt in the process. It is a lot of plastic and personally, I have done it dozens of times without a problem. Check out what Scott says over at BoingBoing:

"I can report that not only will the keyboard come out clean, but it will probably work once it dries completely. Every key on the keyboard works and feels just right - the Caps Lock light even works! This ‘hack’ is not for the weakhearted, and I would probably avoid putting a $100+ keyboard in the dishwasher. But if you don’t have any other options, it’s a pretty good bet."


If you don't feel comfortable with that, you are always welcome to do it the old fashioned way. Get some QTips and isopropyl alcohol. Start carefully popping off each key (just try to remember where they go back!) and cleaning the inside square where the bottom of the key touches the plastic receiver. It is a bit tedious but might be less stressful than tossing out your keyboard.

I really hope this helps!

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Yes, most of the keys will pop back on with a little pressure. Make sure you have them facing the correct way. If it doesn't pop on, then their might be a plastic connector that needs to be lined up. Those are a pain, but with careful attention to it, you'll see that a couple of numbs (for better words) stick out and need to be put into the wholes on the keypay. At the same time they need to be connected to the key. It doesn't leave you much room to play with, but with a little practice you'll get the hang of it, and practice is exactly what you'll get.

Good Luck.

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Unless any of the retaining pins are broken you should be able to fix it yourself. First you need to work out how the clips fit together and then replace these onto the keyboard. Then gently push the key back onto the clips. If any of the pins are broken then do a search of online stores as people often sell individual keys but you will need to tell them the exact make and model of the laptop.

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I have a Casio CT-648, which looks like a smaller version of yours. I had the same problem, and got brave and opened it up. I took off the back, which takes several screws. Once it was opened up, I saw the keyboard was fastened to the frame in sections of keys. I unscrewed the section with the raised key (I believe it was 5 screws), slid the key section toward the front of the keyboard, and was able to get the slides to re-engage with the tab below it. I now have a smooth keyboard.

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Just solved it, after a bit of tinkering...

the prongs of the floating plastic frame need to sit inside the clips of the spacebar key, you can't just clip it back on with the prongs either up or down. It's fiddly, you need a paperclip or thin screwdriver to do it, but it's stopped the sticking problem.

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Try with gluing it on. Just make sure not to use to much of it. A little should do. Use glue made especially for plastic objects.

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Is there a way to fix keys that are not very responsive?

Well new Key boards can be very cheap if you look in the right places. And you can get some real fancy ones for the price you mentioned on line. As you mention the you pulled one apeart in the past- I wont go into that detail. But the fault you mentioned seems to suggest distortion of some kind, whereby the membrane is not a good fit over the circuit board. If you feel like taking this one to bits have a go and check out the membrane

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