Introduction

This guide will show you how to remove, clean, and replace the black keys of the keyboard

Image 1/2: Remove 23 16mm screws with Phillips #2 screwdriver Image 2/2: Remove 23 16mm screws with Phillips #2 screwdriver
  • Place device face-down

  • Remove 23 16mm screws with Phillips #2 screwdriver

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Image 1/2: Remove panels Image 2/2: Remove panels
  • Pry up long back panels with plastic opening tool

  • Remove panels

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  • Turn device around so keys are face-up

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  • Pull back panel away from keyboard and out of the way

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Image 1/3: Use Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove two 16 mm screws (circled in red) Image 2/3: Pop wires out of plastic holders so speaker can be moved out of the way Image 3/3: Move speaker out of the way
  • Remove speaker(s) if necessary to access desired key section(s)

  • Use Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove two 16 mm screws (circled in red)

  • Pop wires out of plastic holders so speaker can be moved out of the way

  • Move speaker out of the way

  • See speaker replacement guide for more detail on these steps

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Image 1/3: Gently push white keys away from screws and pull up to remove from keyboard. Repeat this with the black keys Image 2/3: Reassemble with new/cleaned keys Image 3/3: Reassemble with new/cleaned keys
  • Remove 4 18 mm screws (circled in red) from desired key section using Philips #1 screwdriver

  • Gently push white keys away from screws and pull up to remove from keyboard. Repeat this with the black keys

  • Reassemble with new/cleaned keys

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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