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Reinstalling a key cover

One of the key-tops (the '2') on the numeric keypad has come off. I can't spot anything that is broken, but haven't been able to find a procedure that puts it back on to stay. I've tried installing the white under-clips then pressing the cover in place-- no go. I've tried leaving the under-clips attached to the key cover and then manipulating the key top assembly into place-- no go.

Does anyone know the proper tweak?

Thanks, - Bill

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I know these can be a bit frustrating, but you're just going to have to keep working with it untill it snaps in properly. Unfortunately there is no diagram for these, if you're unsure that you have it together right, I suggest taking another key off to see exactly how it goes together.

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