Answer to: Replacement keyboard for A1369Well, you can use it... but its a right PITA. What a ridiculously designed keyboard.. 100+ screws? I bought a replacement keyboard, and backlight and set of screws to replace the rivets... so I went ahead and did it. Here's a rough outline of the procedure. pull apart your crapbook, remove everything so all you have left it the topcover, the touchpad, the keyboard and the backlight that attaches to the keyboard. Take care with the cables. see guides on the web for dismantling. keep track of screws, again...take care removing cables. disconnect the old keyboard cable from the pcb circuit board on the touchpad, VERY carefully - otherwise your up for a new touchpad. Now, there may be better ways of doing this, but this is how I did it. I tore off the backlight by working my away around the edges of the black plastic backing thats glued around the sides of the kb/backlight, then removed the backlight. (actually, pretty much lost patience and tore it off... if you don't have a back light... take care and you MAY b...