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inserting keyboard into laptop

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I have to replace my old key board in my laptop with a new one. I came to your site when i searched for how to insert keyboard into laptop. can you guide me how i should take the old keyboard out of laptop and insert a new one.
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The instuctions on how to do this are in the service manual however if you haven't done this before you need to be VERY careful as laptop keyboards often have remarkably fragile connections.  If you are even remotely unsure of what you are doing I would recommend that you take the laptop to you local PC repair shop.
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Looking at the keyboard, it seems to be easy. All i have to do is connect the connecting the flap of the keyboard to the laptop. It simply needs introducing. If i could know if just by pulling the present keyboard wire flap comes out or is there any other thing i have to press before i pull it out, then i can easily do it. This is in order to be careful.
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OK, your service manual will have precise details for your exact model of laptop.  If you don't have the manual refer to the Sony support website.

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