Introduction

It is common for a laptop keyboard to stop working properly. This can be because factory defect, dirt and grime, liquid, or wear and tear. Before attempting to remove the keyboard make sure you have a replacement keyboard available. Once the existing keyboard is removed from the laptop, it can no longer be reinstalled.

Parts

No parts required.

Make sure that the device is unplugged, completely off, and that the device is not warm to the touch.
  • Make sure that the device is unplugged, completely off, and that the device is not warm to the touch.

  • Working from left to right, use plastic opening tool to lift keyboard up and out of recessed holding tray.

  • Continue to pry around the entire keyboard until it is loose enough to easily slide your fingers underneath the corners of the keyboard.

  • Once existing keyboard is removed, it can no longer be reinstalled. Be sure to have new keyboard available for installation.

  • Keyboard will make a snapping sound as it is freed from tray.

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Using hands, gently pull keyboard  out of device. Using hands, gently pull keyboard  out of device.
  • Using hands, gently pull keyboard out of device.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, use tabs on new keyboard to snap into keyboard tray

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