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The connections are visible after you remove the keyboard..and they are actually ribbons in a plug ..to remove teh keyboard you have to first remove the hinges cover (2 inch wide lid that it is under the monitor top of the keyboard) remove it first from the back on inged (unclick) and after that from the F1 and f11 keys it has an accces point for a plastic flat instrument ..After removing this ..you look for any screws may hold the keyboard in place ..and slide it 2 cm towards the monitor ..and up..cause it is also snapped in clicks..and under you will have its ribbon ..and the ribbon from the pad...anyway if it is just a plug issue well if not probably will have to replace the ribbon connectors ..but I guess being in the same zone located and both behaving bizarre it may be a cause of a shock ..and just unplugged themselves..
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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