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Keypad missing a letter

My son has dislodged the x key on my notebook. I think he did this by repeatedly hitting the x key for his games. I still have the x key but it is not attached to the keyboard.

Can I fix myself?

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You have to have all the the parts to the little key. make sure none have slid under the keys, and since you probably do not know how to put it back together, I suggest you try going to ebay and see if you can get one, or maybe you can contact your local computer shop and see what they can do. I do not know how much this will cost but, Good Luck!

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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