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Dell 1737 Keyboard removal and replacement

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My loving child ripped a couple of the keys off a Dell 1737 laptop. I've ordered a replacement keyboard.

Please provide step b step instructions, or better yet a YouTube video, with instructions to remove the old keyboard and install the new one.

Thanks,
Trey
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A video...

This should be very much the same as on the D series.  Take a look at this vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbAzHtFYNrk
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Zombie,
Good instructions in the link. I was able to follow them step by step. Thanks.
Trey
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No problem dude. Glad to help.
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