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Keyboard k key seems to be stuck

Anytime that I go to the address of attempt to write in word the page is filled with k's I would like to know how to remove the keyboard so that it can be replaced

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Laptop keyboards usually come off two ways. 1- remove the screws on the bottom of the machine, sometimes marked with a K. It's always better to remove too many screws rather than not enough. It won't hurt anything as long as you get them all back in. 2- the screws are located under the power button strip at the top of the keyboard. The strip just snaps into place, lift one side and work it up and off. I would start here, since the strip is easy to take off. Here is a couple of links that have diagram. You may be able to find a breakdown diagram for your machine.
http://repair4laptop.org/notebook.html

http://www.eserviceinfo.com/service_manual/datasheets_d_600.html

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