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Unfortunately with notebook keyboards the keys are not able to be taken off like with a standard keyboard.
So if the key came off you can try to clip it back on but it will not be fully secure as part of the clip already broke. You will need to replace the whole keyboard. Note if you are still in warranty call the manufacture and in most cases they will replace it for you. If you are not in warranty they usually are less than $50 and are easy to replace.
If you need help replacingg let me know the make and model you have and I can give you the instruction to replace it on your own.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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