Tuesday, March 19, 2013

How To Replace a Notebook Keyboard Successfully?

Everyone know that when them original notebook keyboard has been broken, they need to buy a new notebook keyboard from some store. In order to buy the exact good keyboard, you must mark the model number of your laptop, which you can usually find at the bottom near the laptop keyboard. Next, you may wonder that how you can replace it successfully by yourself. If you can do it, you will save much time and money. Now, we will teach you 9 steps for replacing a laptop keyboard. But also you may want to get a replacement laptop screen, so you must find the correct part number from the back of old screen. The same as find the laptop charger.

1. First, turn the laptop off, disconnect power source and remove the battery. Then, lay the laptop flat (180ยบ) on the table or desk where you plan to change the keyboard.

2. Using the plastic scribe, gently insert under the hinge cover’s corner and lift the hinge cover off the laptop. Be gentle. May require a little wiggling to ensure the little connectors pop out of their location.

3. Once the hinge cover is removed, lay it to the side.

4. Locate the two small M2.5 x 5mm screws that attach the keyboard to the laptop and use the small Phillips screwdriver to remove them. There is at least one on each side of the laptop. They were hidden by the hinge cover and should be visible once that cover is removed.

5. Using the plastic scribe, insert under keyboard and gently lift. Little nodules at the end of the key board and a keyboard cable in the center secure the keyboard to the laptop. Gently wiggle the keyboard until it is loose.

6. Pull up on the keyboard cable until its pops loose. Set the bad keyboard to the side.

7. Take the new keyboard and insert the cable into the cable slot on the laptop. Press the cable lift down on top of the cable and secure it. (It is imperative that you get this part right otherwise, the keyboard will not work when you put it back together!).

8. Insert the nodules at the end of the keyboard in their respective slots and replace the two M2.5 x 5mm screws.

9. Replace the Hinge Cover. Do as the above steps, you can replace your laptop keyboard successfully by yourself.

Over above 9 steps, you can find a correct keyboard for your laptop.

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