You will need
- Laptop, button, clip.
Before you consider the installation process the buttons on the laptop, you should talk about how to remove the button. That is, the procedure for replacing keys on a laptop will be considered from the beginning. So, what must be done to replace the buttons on the laptop keyboard.
The removal keys. If on a standard keyboard of a personal computer, this operation takes place without complications (the key just obkladyvaetsja on both sides and removed intense movements to the sides), then when removing the keys from the laptop, the user should be more careful. There is a large likelihood that you damage one of the mounts button. In the future, this defect is considerably spoil your mood when you work with a laptop.
To remove the key from the base, you need to do the following. Find a paperclip and unfold it. Slide the clip under the lower portion of the key, then, pull it on themselves. This should be done very carefully. In most cases, the key can be easily and removed from the base. If you need to remove a few keys, do the same operation with each of them. It should be noted that before removing the buttons, you should record their location on a sheet of paper. This will help you in the future to collect the keyboard in the right way.
Setting the keys on the laptop does not require the user of the care that was relevant when removing buttons. However, you should be very careful. To install the button on the laptop, set it to the correct location. Once the key will take its place, a slight tap of your finger apply it to the platform. The button is fixed with plastic fasteners.
Advice 2: How to fix button on the laptop
When using a laptop you might face problem tamasese key on the keyboard. The reason for this may be cleaning the keyboard with a vacuum cleaner or anything else, the key can break off a curious child, so who knows what else might happen. This trouble can be resolved almost effortlessly.
Laptops and netbooks are different, but the mounting of the keys they are basically the same. Look at the place where once stood the key and you will see a few snaps and a couple notches under the rocker lugs. Rocker is the latch, consisting of two parts connected by the hinge in the middle and form the letter "X". With the aid of a rocker button mounted to the keyboard.
Quite often, the key pulls out with the rocker. In this case, you must first disconnect from the caps key button simultaneously, set button simultaneously to its place on the keyboard, and then to return into place and press. To do this, take it (key), remove the latch with one hand and bring the antennae of the rocker grooves on the second side key.
You will receive two parts: a button simultaneously and the cover key. On the keyboard you will see three eyelet (one big, the other two smaller).
If the mount is bent, vignette them in the correct position. Much of the mounting do not bend as they are aluminum and can break – then the repair will be complicated.
Install the keyboard button simultaneously. To do this, insert a large eyelet, get a light press button simultaneously on the two small mounts. After installation of the rocker you can put back and the lid key ledges on a swing get into the grooves of the caps. Then you need to act carefully, try not to miss.
Next, make sure that the lugs rocker came into the grooves and secure the key in place by lightly pressing on the top part of it – you will hear a click – this means that key back in place.
Big keys (Shift, Tab, Enter, Caps Lock) are in addition to the plastic rocker to have a metal stabilizer in the form of brackets for uniform pressing. On the substrate, the keys a couple of additional tabs to secure the stabilizer. And the rest of the design of the large keys is the same as in young.
First insert the ends of the stabilizer, then the lower rocker antennae get in the grooves, then put the key in place by lightly pressing. The Space key (Space) is always the longest. She holds not one but two your jumperoo and one stabilizer. To set it in place just like Shift, Tab, Enter, and others with a stabilizer.