Introduction

If most keys on your keyboard are not working, this guide will help you replace the keyboard.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Turn the device over and locate the battery.

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  • Place thumbs on each latch and push outwards.

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  • Push and slide the battery away from you.

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  • Locate the RAM compartment and the screw on the right hand side. Remove the cover.

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  • Locate and remove the 2.5 mm x 5 mm screw on the upper right hand side of the compartment.

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  • Turn the device around and open it up.

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  • Using your index finger, push down on the F1 and F7 keys.

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  • Using your index finger, push down on the x icon and Home keys.

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  • Locate the keyboard lining (between the black and silver).

  • Place your spudger between the keyboard lining behind the F1 and F7 keys and pull up.

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  • Place your spudger between the keyboard lining behind the x icon and Home keys and pull up.

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  • Carefully pull and turn the keyboard over.

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  • Lift the black lever.

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  • Remove the keyboard cable

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Conclusion

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

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