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Easily fixed, make sure that the top speaker grille/power switch cover is removed (open the laptop screen fully and it should unsnap easily). then there's 2 screws underneath which say KBD, unscrew those, and the keyboard comes away fairly easily (try to work it from the bottom left and gently pry it away from the main body)
A new keyboard should set you back around £60.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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