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I am a computer repair professional and for my customers, I refer them to http://www.laptop-keys.com when they need to replace individual keys and see helpful videos on how to replace them. I would also check out their blog section, it covers everything from cleaning the keyboard to popping those keys on that just came off.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
The keys on the modern day laptop as placed on hinges, and that's how they keep coming up when we press them down.
The problem is, if the keys come out of the keyboard, then we need to check whether that hinge is broken or not. If it's broken, then you need to contact your local Computer Engineer who can fix this for you, as helping you in this medium won't resolve the issue.
If it's not broken, then I would suggest you to carefully see how the mechanism of the keyboard is on your laptop, and place the hinge back on the keyboard.
One more small tip, if neither of them works, then use some permanent glue and try to stick the keys on the keyboard. Though I would recommend this only as a last resort.
Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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