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Key pad repair of sony vaio

One of my key pad i.e. B block key is out of the keyboard of my notebook. how to repair or insert B block key into the keyboard. Pls. send me the method with the photo.

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Just stick the b button back into the laptop keyboard while the laptop is off. i havent got any pics to send but just try and do what i just said.

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