How do I change my Lenovo Laptop Keyboard?

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    Bryce Kutch

    My son poured a cup of coffee on my Lenovo laptop. After lots of cleaning, the laptop started working but some keys are not working.

    I bought a new laptop keyboard but don’t know how to change it.

    Bianka Mitchell

    You can remove your keyboard easily and replace with new one. Follow the steps with pictures below-

    Use paper clip or screwdriver and remove keyboard socket. See the picture below

    Now remove data cable strip very carefully. See in the picture-

    Now install new keyboard using the same way as you have removed.

    Itzel Romaguera

    As you are saying some keys are working fine. Might possible it can be solved by dehydration process.

    We use this process if any mobile gets wet. Put your laptop into dry rice for 2 days. Dry ice absorbs all your coffee moisture and it could be work fine.

    You can try this.

    James Corday

    Instead of doing all these things just buy a tiny laptop external USB keyboard if your Lenovo keyboard is not working.

    It is possible you can break another thing during the change of internal keyboard. I am also using an external keyboard and believe me it is very cheap and easy to use.

    You can buy it easily from anywhere. Even order it fromĀ

    Javier Brown

    As my personal experience rice can solve this problem. My little boy did pee on my laptop keyboard while watching cartoons.

    Some keys had stopped working and few need to press hard. Somewhere I read rice has an ability to absorbs moistures.

    I researched rice absorbing ability and put my whole laptop between rice like the image below. I left like this for 5 days.

    After 5 days it was working fine. most of the keys are working but some still had the issue. Time being other non-working keys has also started working.

    Joyce M Cody

    I am in favor of using USB keyboard rather than changing the keyboard.

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