New keyboard - some keys are not working
This is my first question so I'm sorry if I would be difficult member of this society for a while.
I spilled something on the original keyboard of my MacBook. I decided to change it by myself. I don't know if it's possible but I guess I've done something wrong because only five keys are working: "v", "b", "m", "," and left command (I have Norwegian keyboard layout like this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:KB_Nor... ).
I was looking for similar problem on the Internet but I found nothing what is related to Macbook A1278 (late 2008).
The biggest problem is that I cannot run my Macbook by ON button. I found that I can do it by connecting 5th and 6th pin of keyboard socket on logic board and it works.
I thought that the new keyboard is damaged but I tested two different ones and none of them let me run computer by ON button (I didn't tested if the same keys are (not) working).
The seller of the new keyboard said that maybe it is a problem of the keyboard socket on the logic board. It would explain why the others keyboard didn't work but I ask myself why it is possible to run the Macbook by connecting keyboard pins on logic board? (this is what keyboard does: connects some pins to make some singal, isn't it?)
I think that I'm doing something wrong during connecting keyboard ribbon cable to the logic board or I forget to connect something else but I have no idea what. Or maybe it is somehow related to other hardware, like here:
Thanks in advance,
Is this a good question?