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 Replace a Levono Laptop Keyboard?
Posted: Oct 23 2012, 06:16 AM

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The Lenovo T43 is a laptop computer whose keyboard can be easily removed if you need to replace it. This replacement procedure is typically in situations where the keyboard that you already have installed in your keyboard isn't working properly. While you can contact Lenovo and have them replace the keyboard for you, this typically requires a moderate cost, which you can keep from spending if you have the patience to replace the lenovo laptop keyboard on your own.

Turn off the Lenovo T43 laptop computer. Unplug the computer and remove its battery to protect yourself and the computer from electrical shock damage.

Look on the bottom of the laptop and remove the four screws that are labeled with a small keyboard symbol, which hold the keyboard onto the computer.

Press the small plastic bump in the middle above the keyboard toward the screen to slide the keyboard up and out of the computer. Disconnect the lenovo laptop keyboard cable from the machine and place it aside.

Attach your new keyboard's connector to the computer and slide it back into position, this time sliding it away from the screen so that it slides back into place.

Screw the four screws you removed in step 2 back into the bottom of the computer. You can now re-insert the battery and power cable.
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