Question about Dell SK8110 Keyboard
Depending on how they are fixed in, they might. Usually each key slots into a recess and you need to compress the peg holding the key in to release it. Take care with the internal control wire and the control circuit from the output wire and you should be ok
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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