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Please clarify if this is a PC keyboard and a keyboard on a laptop? If you can, give me the model number of either the keyboard itself or the laptop if it happens to be on a laptop. Many times, if you CAPS lock is engaged, you will see the image on the top part of the key, instead of the number. I need to know what you are looking at before I can help you.
Do not use glue!
These keyboard caps just press fit onto the keyboard. Line it up and push straight down. The arrow facing in the right direction should give you the right alignment.
If the key does not stay on, you must replace the keyboard as it would be missing the attachment point that would keep it on the base.
Without seeing it in person, it is hard to say.
I am not sure I understand what you mean by the key is locked to the keyboard?
If they are still sticking after blowing the keyboard out you may have spill some form of liquid on it that is causing your problems.
If you are pretty adept you could carefully remove all the key caps and clean it out a little better.
If not you may want to consider taking it to a local repair shop.
Again if you are confident enough then laptop keyboards are not that expensive to replace (probably cheaper than a repair) It is usually a pretty simple task that would take anyone with some common sense about 15 -30 minutes to do.
In the mean time you could always buy a cheap USB or PS2 keyboard and use that (check which type you need)
You will probably not be able to purchase a key but try calling the manufacturer and they may be able to send you one for free.
However a better solution:
use a small screwdriver or knife to prise off another similar sized key on your keyboard (most user never use the windows key,
bottom left between <CTRL> and <ALT>)
Place the screwdriver or knife tip under the bottom edge of the key and gently lever it upwards until it clips off.
Now put this key over the 'P' position and gently press down, it should clip on successfully
yes u can remove keybord cheak loose connectons also FN button did u hitthat to stop keybord from working sumtime sthat doe sit hit fn button and try sum keys u can replce the keybord pretty easy get part on ebay install it yourself im open for chat thx nick helpap in saginaw michigan