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Replacing my ideapad z570 keyboard & i lost plastic insert that slides on with keyboard tab.

Q: Replacing my ideapad z570 keyboard & i lost plastic insert that slides on with keyboard tab.

if need it for keyboard function, where do i find one? what is accurate name for this piece?

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A: Replacing my ideapad z570 keyboard & i lost plastic insert that slides on with keyboard tab.

Hi SPea63,

Welcome to the Community Forums.

It would help if you can add a snapshot of the part to help us get perhaps specific part number.

If this is one specific with a single key, I don't think there are available parts as OEM would replace the entire keyboard (page 44). Other non official key replacement provider may be helpful instead like this as example.

Update us soon as convenient.


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I purchased this laptop in May of 2012. It's been a great computer until recently the keys on the keyboard have started to fall off and sometimes will not work even when pressed in very hard. I am disabled and mostly confined to the bed so I spend most of my time on this computer. It's to be expected that this is happening as a result of how much I use it. I got a few replacement keys but have not installed them yet. I need to know if purchasing a new keyboard will fix the issue of the keys not working. I found a replacement on amazon for 18.99. The link is here. Will this fix the problem of the keys not working sometimes and the keys falling off? Thank you.


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A:IdeaPad Z570 Keyboard problems

hi Gamer2014,
Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
Z570 has different Keyboard types
Like these
Search those Part number online with a lenovo keyword and you'll find all of those for a Z570.
Post here you system Modeltype number like this 59xxxxxx and let me check what came with your system.
Solid Cruver

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 When I am starting my PC , after boot (win 7) when i am  clicking the start button , in the search box its typing 7777777...... continuously by itself . but it is not stuck cause when i am pressing backspace that are gone  and my PC runs normally thereafter.  again when in notepad or word i am typing , when i tap 7 its start again typing 777777....... continuously by itself until i press backspace .   last week when my PC booted up , its shows an error code 01011001.  there is another problem . beside the 7 key , the 6 key is totally not working. I have already cleaned that 7 and 6 key by taking it out. i have also reinstalled keyboard driver.  please recommend me what to do ? 

A:IdeaPad Z570 Keyboard problem

Dear samanta,
Welcome in lenovo community,
kindly try the below,
1- Remove the charger and the battery >> hold the power button for 20 seconds.
2- Connect the charger only >> hold the power button for 10 seconds.
3- Connect the battery and the charger again, then check the problem and feed us back please.

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Greeting all... This afternoon one of the folks in my IT department did me a favor and installed a new battery in my IdeaPad P500 Touch.  Everything seems to be working well with sole exception that my backlit keyboard is no longer backlit, nor does it respond when I use Funtion+Spacebar. Is there another way to toggle turn the keyboard light on and off other than Function+Spacebar?  Does anyone know how I can fix it? Thanks!

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So I purchased a Lenovo X1 Yoga in Japan and I absolutely hate Japanese keyboard layouts (anyone that has used one after using a US keyboard knows what I mean - a space bar that is smaller than the enter key, poor placement of certain keys, specifically ", ', and @. There is just no logic behind any of it and honestly, there is no need. One can easily type in Japanese, just fine, with a standard US English layout keyboard. Sorry, I guess I didn't need to state that, but perhaps it will help with SEO to ensure someone finds this page when searching for those keywords.  Anyway, I finally found the information I needed to swap this keyboard out (and throw it in the trash), even though Lenovo support in Japan basically told me it's not possible. It does seem like a huge undertaking though (as you basically have to dismantle the entire laptop to get the keyboard out). But it does seem as though the English keyboards are compatible with all X1 Yoga laptops (even my Japanese X1 Yoga). The Lenovo customer service staff told me to get FRU PN: 00JT864 (00JT864 N KBD,US,LB,screw,CHY,Backlit), which is the US English replacement keyboard. It's also specified on the PDF document  on this page (https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/PD103738 ) for the 20FR and 20FQ. Scroll half way down and you will see it.  However, I am having trouble finding the keyboard from a seller in Asia, with the same FRU #. When searching for 00JT864, the only source I can... Read more

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I am currently having HP Pavilion laptop (Product number: Z3D15EA; Product name: HP Pavilion -15-au191sa) which has a standard keyboard/Is it possible to replace this with a backlit keyboard?

A:Replacing HP Pavilion laptop keyboard with backlit keyboard

Hi,Yes you can.It only comes along with topcover and touchpad assembly.Go through Pages 3, 55-56 for the part number you need to buy: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05273198RegardsVisruth

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I want to upgrade/Replace my HP Pavillion 15 N203TX standard keyboard with a Back lit keyboard, does the particular laptop model allows to replace the standard with a back lit one, and if it is so how can i do so..do revert me with a valid suggestion as soon as possicble.

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Hi! I've got Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Silver (https://www.alza.cz/EN/lenovo-ideapad-yoga-13-silver-d375124.htm), and while I am quite content with the device, my keyboard stopped working. I was wondering whether any of you might know and suggest an online reseller (official or otherwise), where I could get hold of a replacement keyboard. Now, I suppose backlit keyboard versions of newer Yoga laptops will not work I guess, will they? From what I have read Yoga 13 Silver does not have the slot required for backlit, but aside that, will the keyboard function and will it fit (dimension-wise)? If so, what is the voltage and current required? Would soldering a small battery to the backlit cable be a good idea (I accept the fact that I wouldn't be able to regulate it)? Thank you in advance!ck

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Hi! I've got Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Silver (https://www.alza.cz/EN/lenovo-ideapad-yoga-13-silver-d375124.htm), and while I am quite content with the device, my keyboard stopped working. I was wondering whether any of you might know and suggest an online reseller (official or otherwise), where I could get hold of a replacement keyboard. Now, I suppose backlit keyboard versions of newer Yoga laptops will not work I guess, will they? From what I have read Yoga 13 Silver does not have the slot required for backlit, but aside that, will the keyboard function and will it fit (dimension-wise)? If so, what is the voltage and current required? Would soldering a small battery to the backlit cable be a good idea (I accept the fact that I wouldn't be able to regulate it)? Thank you in advance!ck

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Is there any possibility or any other replacement for changing the keyboard

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Hey there, I found a similar topic but unfortunately, there was not a final response that solved my problem. I own a Yoga 13 Ideapad without the backlight function, unfortunately. Recently I watched a video of a keyboard replacement and I would like to do that with mine in order to replace it with a backlight keyboard. The problem is that I am not sure if my model features the needed connections. The model number is: 219159342273 if that helps.  I found backlight keyboards described as "original" Lenovo parts for about 30?. Is that realistic or fake?Thank you for your help!!!

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I will buy a new Lenovo laptop. Can someone help me find a new model that has a keyboard like z570? I need a keyboard with same layout and key travel distance (depth). 

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Hello All, is it possible to replace my ideapad 310 15IKB 80 TV non backlit keyboard with a backlit one ?   

A:Lenovo Ideapad 310 replace keyboard with backlit keyboard ?

Hi Rohan,
Welcome to Lenovo Community! And happy to have you here.
Sadly the backlit keyboard doesn't comes with IdeaPad 310 series.
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
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Where can I find a hard plastic keyboard cover? One is pictured below at the bottom of the page:


I've been on the internet looking and I can't find anything. I've searched Ebay and Google. Can anyone help?

A:Where Can I Find A Hard Plastic Keyboard Cover for my PC?

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Where can I get the inner white plastic part to fix a key on my Pavilion DV7 keyboard?

A:Need a replacement plastic key part for my laptop keyboard. ...

You can start here.  http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313&_nkw=HP+dv7+key+replacement&_sacat...  If you plug in your specific model number on ebay you may get a closer match. There are a few different kinds, keep in mind it may be easier to buy a new keyboard, most are only around 15 to 20 bucks.  This guy seems to offer the best selection.  http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-DV7-BRONZE-COFFEE-Keyboard-Key-Replacement-Fix-/160473690639?pt=PCA_Mice_...

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Hi...I'm using a Lenovo ideapad Z570,n from this last 1 month im experiencing some keyboard malfunction.at first sometimes the up arrow key was not working then suddenly all the arrow keys stopped working...den i tried something like discharging all the power and i set my bios to restore default...it worked at the first time n after 1/2 days it stopped working again...then i updated ma BIOS n after that some more keys stopped working (b,n,/,space bar) along with arrow keys...But now the up arrow key is woking and the others i mentioned is not working...i can't understand what the problem is, but for somefar i think this is happening bcz of the BIOS upgradation,im not sure though...so plssssssss help me Any help will b appreciated...Thank you

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My son's keyboard keys were broken before, but was fixed for free because it was still under warranty but it took the manufacturer to do it like a couple of weeks which my son hated. Now another key is broken where the nylon plasctic spring-like mechanism is missing. Just wondering where we can buy it? The first time it broke, I called the manufacturer and ask for those parts only to find out that what they are sending me are the complete qwerty keys themselves not the parts underneath them. Since it was still under warranty I decided to send them the laptop and have it fixed. I know I can fix it myself if I have the parts without having my son computer hungry for a couple of weeks. any suggestion as to where I can get those plastic part sunderneath the keyboard keys aside from the manufacturer, they must be sort of generic or universal, aren't they?

A:Where to order Toshiba plastic parts underneath keyboard keys

It is normal to replace the whole keyboard when something like this happens. Laptop keyboards are around $25 on EBay. Why are these keys being damaged in the first place? Have you thought about attaching a stronger USB external keyboard temporarily?

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Today I've noticed suddenly that when I start typing on my browser I can't insert any word without overtyping the next one. I'd like to disable overtype and be able to insert words again. Unfortunately I don't have any insert key on my HP laptop keyboard...

Thanks for your help.


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Five or six years ago I bought an HP p6000 series (p6*** series, don't recall the precise model). It had the best keyboard I've ever used for one huge reason - It had no insert key.  The typical block of keys looks like this:[inse] [Home] [P Up][Dele] [End]    [P Dn]But this keyboard had something like this:[Home] [End ][  Del  ]  [P Up]  [  ete  ]  [P Dn]With a very large Delete key instead of a stupid, useless, lamentable, and entirely functionless Insert key.  I was amazed that the world was finally eliminating the Insert key, and for years that was that.Until it broke and I had to get a new one. And now I cannot find a single keyboard which doesn't have an idiotic Insert key! My muscle memory remembers a giant Delete key and virtually no typos - a glorious time to be sure! But even on the HP store I can't find this keyboard. Unfortunately I threw it away when it broke so I have no serial number. Can anyone help me find this god among keyboards?

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I have a lenovo z51-70 laptop, its keyboard is failingi can't find replacements in my town, and i dont have access to online shopping from ebay or amazon or w/e...what i can afford however is an old g50-30 laptop keyboard that a guy is sellingboth laptop have the same keyboard layout, key shapes, and overal appearance,so would it work if i just used that ?i dont care about backlighting and all that stuff,I just want to be able to type on it,Thanks.

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My G50-80 laptop is facing issues with keyboard.When booted initially, only few keyboard keys work. While other keys cannot be entered, Enter key doesnt work. At the same time, same keys dont even work from on-screen keyboard either. So I cannot even enter my password.I can hardly login by clicking forgot my password, then again switching back to login page, suddenly keys start working! while being logged on, same keys problem reappears, this time I again use bypass to logout and login.Then keys start working.Pleaseee can some one help for this issue.My OS is windows 10. 

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I am using toshiba tecra a4. Can somebody tell how to lift the keyboard so that i can change it.

A:replacing keyboard

amardeep said:

I am using toshiba tecra a4. Can somebody tell how to lift the keyboard so that i can change it.Click to expand...

The following link will give you an idea of the fun involved in removing your keyboard. (hope this helps)


(Steps 5-7 are probably the most helpful)

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how do i replace my internal keyboard on my laptop?i have an ACER ASPIRE 5004WLMI and i dont want to mess anything up so any advice would be great.

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My Sony laptop has 2 keys missing. I want to just replace the keyboard. Has anyone done this before on a laptop? And do they have any advice on were to buy one?

A:Replacing keyboard for laptop

eBay to get a replacement keyboard.

Since you didn't share your model, I have to guess.

Replacing a keyboard on a laptop is pretty simple.

Right above the keyboard there is a plate, it is called the Keyboard Cover, there are usually buttons and light cover on this plate.

On some laptops this cover is attached to the hinge covers, if this is the case, there would be a screw holding each one and have to be removed from the back, then you use a flat head screw driver or a flat blade to carefully pry up the right hinge then the cover working your way to the left till the whole cover pops loose.

If the plate is not attached to the hinge covers, it would be the same with the exception that there are no screws to remove and you start working on the cover itself from the right side.

Now you should be able to see 3 or 4 screws at the top of the keyboard, remove them.

Raise the top of the keyboard, then lift the keyboard up and out of the notebook. Be careful not to pull on the ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the notebook.

Lay the keyboard face down on the top case, forward of its normal position, and disconnect the ribbon cable from the motherboard.

Lay the new keyboard face down on the top case forward of its normal position, then reconnect the ribbon cable.

Slip the metal tabs on the bottom of the keyboard into their slots in the top case, then lower the keyboard into place.

Put the screws back in.

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I am trying to replace the keyboard on my Dell Studio.

I got the touch panel off and began unscrewing the keyboard panel - but one screw was in there really, super tight. Well, now its stripped.

I have tried the rubber band and that didn't work. I am not sure how much it will cost to take it to a repair shop, but I need some advice from those who know a little more than I.

Is it worth taking it in?
What about the Grabbit? Would that work on a screw this size?
Should I just leave it and update my laptop (which I've been considering anyhow)?

What would you do?

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Was recently given a Gateway 200STM which had coffee spilled on keyboard.......I have located replacement keyboard on EBAY but wondering if anyone out there could describe procedure for switching out the keyboard....I am not shy about opening cases of desktops, but have heard laptops can be tricky but on the other hand I have been told swapping laptop keyboards takes only a few minutes once you know the tricks , especially what screws and tabs are necessary for removal......

I think this computer is worth saving..........

Any help is greatly appreciated....


Drew in the Virgin Islands.........

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Is it possible to actually replace the Fn and Ctrl keys on a P51 keyboard, ie not just remapp them? Looking at the keyboard, it seems like it could be a challenge but doesn't hurt to ask

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hi, i wanted to know if anyone could supply me or point me in direction of where to get instructions on how to fit a keyboard on a laptop nec versa p440,im not sure which topic i should post under.....thank you joe lewis

A:need help replacing a laptop keyboard

This page has a service & reference manual with instructions ........


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Can anyone help guide me through this so I don't screw up the laptop.

I have a used keyboard replacement for our Gateway 7320GZ. It didn't come with any instructions and I can't find anything on Gateway's support site for this model. I just need to know which screws to remove and how to pop the existing keyboard out so that I don't break anything or unscrew anything I don't need to.

As for actual installation, I can handle that. Thanks a bunch.

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Hello, I am trying to replace my Lenovo Keyboard and noticed that there are some plastic rivets that are attaching the keyboard to the case. I was wondering where i can find replacements for this? Thanks, Jack Zheng

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Hey guys! So I have already opened up my laptop to replace the keyboard and I have gotten pretty far with it. Unfortunately, HP is has lousy customer service. They won´t help me with the repairs or instructions nor do their manuals contain any information on keyboard replacement. With that, I was wondering if any of you know what are the next steps once I have completely removed the top cover.   Thanks!

A:Replacing the Keyboard HP Envy

As you have already found, the keyboard is not considered a separate removeable part by HP. Only the whole top cover is "spared" as a replacement part. The Manual provides no clues and the quality of your pictures does not lend itself to trying to figure out how to get the keyboard out of there. There is a decent view of it at about 15:45 into this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0klWU-cfsQ It seems from a quick look the keyboard is held in by a couple screws and pops onto some plastic retainers. Do you see any removeable screws on the back of the top cover? 

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I have an old gateway solo 1150 and I have determaned that the keyboard is bad.
I bought a new one and am attempting to replace it. I believe I have all the screws out and got the front part open about an inch and feels like it's stuck on something in the middle. I don't want to pull it apart to hard and break something.
I've done extensive searches on the web including Gateway with no success.
So I'm looking to you guys for some help.

A:Replacing a notebook keyboard

Does the new keyboard work?

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I have acer aspire 5750g and i am considering to change my keyboard to acer aspire v5-531 keyboard. I know that they dont look the same, but i want that one because of design and backlight. So my question is can i connect it to my laptop, is it same connector and will its backlight work because my curent keyboard do not have backlight? P.S i am aware that i may need to cut little laptop shell case, but i am fine with that.

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HP 1000-1310LA Notebook PCModel #: C7B24LA I bought this laptop while in Colombia, SA.  So it's model number doesn't match, when I search for anything online in Englsih. I managed to match up a new English keyboard and now I need step by step instructions with photos, in English for installing the new keyboard.   that's all i need.  Thanks!

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I have applications (Word, Adobe Acrobat, Java, internet, PostgreSQL database) in which I need to display, compose and store text in transliterated devanagari (e.g., t with a dot under it, r with a dot under it, a with a long mark over it, etc.) on a new Dell XPS 8700 running 64-bit Win 7 Professional.

I have an old 32-bit HP Vista machine on which in the midst of English texts I could use special keystrokes to type the transliterated devanagari. To create the font set on the Vista machine I picked them out of a Unicode matrix. I have found on the Win 7 Forum mention of such a Unicode matrix but not a method to create a new font from them.

Note: I only need the Windows OS to display in English.

Thanks for your assistance.

A:Need to have keyboard shortcuts to insert transliterated characters

See if this post can get you further: Which Windows 7 supports cyrillic and transliterated devanagari


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Word for Mac 2011 v14.10 on mac 10.6.8

I'd like to set a keyboard shortcut for Insert > Bookmark, but I can't find it listed in the dialog box for Tools > Customize Keyboard. I looked under Insert and All Commands. Is it there and I'm not seeing it?

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I have a Dell and my keyboard is in pretty bad shape. Some keys are sticky and the key covers (not sure what they are called) are missing making it difficult to type. Are there refurbished ones that would work? Is changing out a keyboard a hard thing to do? Will a generic keyboard work or would it have to be a Dell?
System Information:
Microsoft Windows XP
Media Center Edition
Version 2002
Service Pack 2
Dell Inspiron 1501
AMD Turion(tm) 64X2 Mobile
Technology TL-50
1.60 GHz 896 MB of RAM
Physical Address Extension

A:Solved: Laptop keyboard needs replacing

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I am having trouble with my Philips Freevents X55P.
I turned it on this morning and found that every key with a button that can be replaced by an 'Fn' shortcut comes up instead of the normal letter.
For example:
'-' comes up instead of 'p'.
'0' comes up instead of 'm'.

I need to find out how to stop this happening.
Please help me resolve this problem.


A:Keyboard Trouble - 'Fn' key replacing letters

Maybe this is a silly question, maybe not. Have you tried hitting the Fn or (if you have one) the "F lock" key? Function keys are toggles; hit once, and every key performs a special function, hit it again and it reverts back to the normal function.

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I am looking for a replacement keyboard for my UK inspiron 6400. I have looked on ebay and found that the US inspiron 6400 keyboards can be got significantly cheaper than the UK ones.

Will the US keyboard fit to my UK laptop? Are they compatible?


A:Replacing an inspiron 6400 keyboard

Anyone know the answer to this?

I realise maybe the order of the keys will be different on US and UK keyboards. But will I be able to fit the US keyboard to my UK laptop?

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hey! i realy need some help with this keyboard! the entire right bottom side of it is torn out!
like its been peeled off or something!
i bought it at a garage sale on monday and it works, but the keyboards just fu&%ed up.
how can i take it out? and replace it with a new one?
where can i get a new one?
how much?
very apppreciative for any help on this, cause frankly il probably end up in the hospital if i attempt it myself
thanks for any replys!

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HI everyone. I spilled coffee and broken the keyboard last week. my laptop's Machine Type Model is following: 20FAS5F301 I found that original keyboard's Part No is 01YR088 Can I buy keyboard with 00PA493 00PA411 Part no. and replace my old keyboard?   

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I have a Widow 517D2 and spilled a drink on it like an idiot, but thankfully everything is in working order with the exception of my keyboard. Now that my replacement has arrived, I just realized that none of the tutorials that I find online for replacing a laptop keyboard look anything like my own laptop !

This is my first laptop and I have very little experience repairing them. I'm sure I'm overlooking something very minor but if anyone could even just give me a tip on which screws to unscrew on this thing, I'd appreciate it.

If you want a picture of what the back looks like, I'll see what I can do but my camera and my desktop don't get along.

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

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Can anyone help i need to replace a number of keys on a number of Fujitsu-semens Amilo Pro laptops some children at one of the schools i provide support for have vandalised the keyboards so i could do with help to source the keys and some instructions on how to fit them
many thanks for your help in advance

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Have had to get a new keyboard as the old one was faulty.  Have watched a number of videos but cannot find any relating to a  Pavilion1085sa.  Have taken as many screws off the back plate as I can but unable to get one of them out. It would help to see a video of this model.  Would be most grateful for any help offered

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So liquid spilled on the keyboard of my 13-7352 Laptop and immediately after the keys started acting wanky.  Like if I would hit the shift key it would type "g" and sometime another random letter.  90% of the keys wouldn't work at all and the backlight was stuck on.  In all honestly, it wasn't a ton of liquid but obviously enough to do some damage.  I shook out any excess liquid, wiped the keyboard and let it dry.  Now the keyboard doesn't work at all, but the backlight remains on.
I am good with hardware so was confident in taking it all apart, which I did.  I had everything removed (and didn't see any sign of liquid damage) but even with everything removed it didn't look like the keyboard itself could be detached from the case.  Does anyone know if it's possible to remove it?  I saw replacement keyboards on eBay so I assumed I could but am at a loss. 
Thanks in advance.

A:Replacing 13-7352 Laptop Keyboard?

It looks like the keyboard controller might have gone faulty due to the liquid spillage.
Download the service manual - http://dell.to/24cXhl1 - and try removing the keyboard if required.
If the system is under warranty, write me a private conversation with the service tag, your name and email address. If the system has accidental coverage, then the parts could be replaced under warranty. If there is no warranty, then we can help with a paid service call if required.
If there is no warranty on the machine and you are looking to replace the parts yourself, then you could contact a 3rd party Dell parts seller - http://bit.ly/25rWpyV
Let us know if you have any other queries.

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Hi! I need to replace my laptop's keyboard. I've got an Acer Aspire 5742Z. I simply need to do what the guy in this video does: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPaJXTniTw8

But it's not easy as it seems. I'm trying with a very thin screwdriver to lift the keyboard by pushing up the clips that keep the keyboard there, but they get back into their position and nothing happens to the keyboard. Could anyone give me suggestions about it? Thanks!

A:Solved: Replacing my laptop's keyboard

Here is your model

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