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Keyboard replacement on mid-2014 MBP Retina

What needs to be performed to remove and replace a keyboard?

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Here's a video on replacing one of the newer keyboards with rivets:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e96zY4c6...

When getting the keyboards pick a supplier who sells it as a kit with replacement screws

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You will need to remove all and everything to access the keyboard. Have a look at this guide to get an idea of the tasks you'll have to perform. This is the guide on iFixit that gets you as close as possible to your goal

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014 Logic Board Replacement

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I don't think you have one of these or you would not have posted this answer.

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@mayer You can bet, I got a beautiful 17" from 2012 and I'll stick with it until I can. I didn't get what would be wrong with the answer though

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