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[*title] Reconnect the keyboard
[*
black] Remove the tape that coverscovering the connector. '''Note:''' Tape should be added to the connector to keep it secure.
[* blackred] Here on the picture you can see the connector with its two holders (red squares) unlocked. TheyThese hold the cableconnector in the connector and they are supposed toshould be completely pushed onto itin.
[* black] Try to push the cable intoorange] Push the connector the most you can to be surein. Do this until it is correctly pluggedfully connected again.
[* black] Pushyellow] Lock the holders (red squares) completely into the connector.
[* black] I suggest to put a better tape on
tabs that retain the keyboard connector to ensure it never unlock itself againback in place.
[*title] Reconnect the keyboard
[*
black] Remove the tape that coverscovering the connector. '''Note:''' Tape should be added to the connector to keep it secure.
[* blackred] Here on the picture you can see the connector with its two holders (red squares) unlocked. TheyThese hold the cableconnector in the connector and they are supposed toshould be completely pushed onto itin.
[* black] Try to push the cable intoorange] Push the connector the most you can to be surein. Do this until it is correctly pluggedfully connected again.
[* black] Pushyellow] Lock the holders (red squares) completely into the connector.
[* black] I suggest to put a better tape on
tabs that retain the keyboard connector to ensure it never unlock itself againback in place.

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