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How to Replace a Malfunctioning Keyboard on a Laptop

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How to Replace a Malfunctioning Keyboard on a Laptop

On January 15, 2015, Posted by , In Our blog, With No Comments

Should I Hire a Laptop Repair Specialist or I Can Do It Myself?

Laptops have almost completely replaced desktop computers. They are lighter, easier to move around, and more compact. However, they also come with some disadvantages. The biggest problem is that when a components malfunctions, you have to disassemble your entire laptop to replace it. The good news is that most laptops are designed in a way that the most common peripherals can be easily replaced even by people with no prior experience. In this article, we will explain how to replace your keyboard without having to hire a laptop repair specialist.

Keyboards are some of the largest components of a laptop, and since they are exposed, they often develop problems. Whether a few buttons are missing or you spilled coffee on your keyboard, or it just stopped working, chances are that you will have to replace your keyboard altogether. Here’s what you should do.

  • Order a new one. There are many websites that sell laptop components. Based on your computer’s serial number, look for the right keyboard. Make sure that you order from reliable sources only.
  • Remove the old keyboard. Using a small praying tool, push the clamps that keep your keyboard in place. On most laptops, they are located in front and in the back of your keyboard. If you’ve done it right, then your keyboard should pop out of its socket. Disconnect the wires from the mainboard.
  • Plug in your new keyboard, and then press it down so that the clams come back in place.

If you’re not sure what you’re doing, then call for a laptop repair specialist. Affordable Computer Repair LLC offers on-site services for highly affordable rates. Call us at (405) 227-0043 if you reside in Oklahoma City, OK or any of the surrounding areas.

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