If a key on your laptop keyboard is stuck, slow to respond, or broken, you'll have to remove the keycap before you can replace or repair it.
3. Turn over the loose keycap and make sure that the clip points are still intact.
4. Make sure that the retainer clip is still attached to the laptop with the pad in the middle.
5. If you want to remove the retainer clip as well, place a flathead screwdriver or knife edge under a corner and gently twist it until it pops off.
Article ID: SLN154980
Last Date Modified: 08/15/2018 05:59 AM
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