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The problem you encountered is the keycap is not designed to be removed without breaking. You need a virgin part to replace the enter key. None of the part suppliers offer the discreet parts of the keys as they too ended up just breaking too many of the parts trying to take them off as well.
 
You can get the entire keyboard assembly but I promise you if you try taking off the keycap you too will more than likely fail and that would be an expensive endeavor. And opening the system to replace the entire keyboard is just going too far.
You can get the entire keyboard assembly but I promise you if you try taking off the keycap you too will more than likely fail and that would be an expensive endeavor. And opening the system to replace the entire keyboard is just going too far.
 
So what to do?? I would not volunteer you tried to fix your keyboard and make my way to an Apple Store or authorized service center.
 
I’m sure you can get them to cave in with a tear rolling down your face and a cracked voice ;-}

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The problem you encountered is the keycap is not designed to be removed without breaking. You need a virgin part to replace the enter key. None of the part suppliers offer the discreet parts of the keys as they too ended up just breaking too many of the parts trying to take them off as well.
 
You can get the entire keyboard assembly but I promiouspromise you if you try taking off the keycap you too will more than likely fail and that would be an expensive endeavor.
You can get the entire keyboard assembly but I promiouspromise you if you try taking off the keycap you too will more than likely fail and that would be an expensive endeavor.
 
So what to do?? I would not volunteer you tried to fix your keyboard and make my way to an Apple Store or authorized service center.
 
I’m sure you can get them to cave in with a tear rolling down your face and a cracked voice ;-}

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Original post by: Dan ,

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The problem you encountered is the keycap is not designed to be removed without breaking. You need a virgin part to replace the enter key. None of the part suppliers offer the discreet parts of the keys as they too ended up just breaking too many of the parts trying to take them off as well.

You can get the entire keyboard assembly but I promious you if you try taking off the keycap you too will more than likely fail and that would be an expensive endeavor.

So what to do?? I would not volunteer you tried to fix your keyboard and make my way to an Apple Store or authorized service center.

I’m sure you can get them to cave in with a tear rolling down your face and a cracked voice ;-}

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