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Carefully remove the cap from any other working key so the key retainer stays connected to the keyboard.
Take a closer look at the key retainer, it's connected to the keyboard at four different points. Assemble the disconnected retainer the same way as one on the keyboard and put it back in place. Put the key cap on the retainer and snap the cap back in pI was cleaning my laptop - keyboard-key-repair-5.jpgixya.net/uploads/images/keyboard-key-repair-5.jpg" alt="keyboard-key-repair-5.jpg" class="h_mi" />
It is that simple! They should just 'snap' right back on!
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Posted on May 30, 2011
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