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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the top cover assembly (Item #2 in the parts list as shown in the maintenance and service guide) into which the touchpad fits also has different part numbers between the 15K and 17K models which share the same description i.e. country specification and backlit keyboard, a 15K touchpad may not even physically fit properly into a 17K top cover assembly.
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+I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the top cover assembly (Item #2 in the parts list as shown in the maintenance and service guide) into which the touchpad fits also has different part numbers even between the 15K and 17K models which share the same description i.e. country specification and backlit keyboard, a 15K touchpad may not even physically fit properly into a 17K top cover assembly.
Usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different if only to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy 15K is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy 17K is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the top cover assembly (Item #2 in the parts list as shown in the maintenance and service guide) into which the touchpad fits also has different part numbers between the 15K and 17K models which share the same description i.e. country specification and backlit keyboard, a 15K touchpad may not even physically fit properly into a 17K top cover assembly.
-Also usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
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+Usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different if only to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy K15 is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy K17 is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different if only to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy 15K is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy 17K is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
Also usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy K15 is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy K17 is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different if only to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy K15 is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy K17 is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
Also usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy K15 is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy K17 is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
-Also usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard. T
+Also usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but given the laptops are physically different in size it may be that the touchpads are also different to keep them proportional to the laptop. The HP Envy K15 is 1.11 in (H) x 15.14 in (W) x 10.24 in (D) and the HP Envy K17 is 1.17 in (H) x 16.15 in (W) x 10.98 in (D)
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+Also usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for no good reason whereas they can and do use the same part across different models, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard. T
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be electrical wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye,. For example there could be electrical wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. For example there could be electrical wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
-It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhap it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
+It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhaps it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or connection to the motherboard.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye,. For example there could be electrical wiring differences in the touchpad circuit or connection to the motherboard.
-It may be that they’re interchangeable but it may be better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
+It may be that they’re interchangeable but perhap it is better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
-If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
+If you search online by using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or connection to the motherboard. It may be better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part. Just my view.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t assign different part numbers for the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or connection to the motherboard.
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+It may be that they’re interchangeable but it may be better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part just on the off chance that they are. Just my view.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or connection to the motherboard.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or connection to the motherboard. It may be better sticking with the correct part number rather than risk causing damage to either the motherboard or the touchpad by installing the incorrect part. Just my view.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or operation of the touchpad.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or connection to the motherboard.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences in the circuit design or operation of the touchpad.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. it could be electrical differences which would be even harder to see.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. there could be electrical differences.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. It could even be electrical differences which would be even harder to see.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye, e.g. it could be electrical differences which would be even harder to see.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,
-I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye.
+I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye. It could even be electrical differences which would be even harder to see.
If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.
Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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Hi @averyfreeman ,

I have no personal experience with either laptop but usually manufacturers don’t give different part numbers to the same part, so there most probably is a difference, but maybe just not discernible to the eye.

If you search online using the part number ''only'' there are a few suppliers but maybe they’re not suitable for you.

Here are two suppliers with stock: [https://www.cpumedics.com/hp-763712-001-touchpad-bd-with-cable/|supplier 1], [https://www.wonrong.com/763712-001|supplier 2]

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