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Keyboard replacement for Toshiba Satellite C660 - Video tutorial:

Video Overview

  1. Remove the charger and the battery. Remove the charger and the battery.
    • Remove the charger and the battery.

  2. After removing the narrow plastic lid, you will see 4x Phillips screw. After removing the narrow plastic lid, you will see 4x Phillips screw. After removing the narrow plastic lid, you will see 4x Phillips screw.
    • After removing the narrow plastic lid, you will see 4x Phillips screw.

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  4. Pick up the keyboard and disconnect the flex cable. Pick up the keyboard and disconnect the flex cable. Pick up the keyboard and disconnect the flex cable.
    • Pick up the keyboard and disconnect the flex cable.

  5. Now connect the new Keyboard. It was very easy. :-) Now connect the new Keyboard. It was very easy. :-) Now connect the new Keyboard. It was very easy. :-)
    • Now connect the new Keyboard. It was very easy. :-)

Conclusion

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

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4 Comments

Hi there, Thank you very much.. please help me .. i broke that white plastic draw beneath the keyboard cable while was pushing it away to take the cable off .. what to do please?

Reef - Reply

You can put a piece of plaster tape to attach the tablecloth with the plug. Take a piece of chatertone (electric tape) to avoid short circuiting.

Hyperion - Reply

Hi there, Thank you very much

Abdelhamid Fathy Amer - Reply

Great stuff, I actually fixed my ancient and loved laptop, why is it loved? I hate Win 10 and have a new ASUS which is ace and super fast, but it is still Win 10 that I cannot get to grips with, but cannot restore the ASUS with Win 7. Thanks very much indeed

Don UK - Reply

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