Friday, April 13, 2012

Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard

Damage to the notebook/laptop keyboard can be grouped into several types

  1. When the notebook is turned on, the sound tiit ... tiit ... tiit ...
  2. When a button is pressed once, the button will appear continuously. Example, when pressed the "D" one time, appeared ddddddddddddddddddddddddddd ....
  3. When pressed a button, the screen does not show anything. Example, when pressed the "F", the screen does not show anything.
How to remove the notebook keyboard
How to remove the notebook keyboard
1. Push the panel to the top
2. Pull up the keyboard
How to remove the notebook keyboard
1. Remove the top cover
2. Open the bolt keyboard

Fix Notebook Keyboard
1. After the keyboard is removed, clean the keyboard cable with a pencil eraser, do it vertically
Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
 2. Release all keys. Do it carefully
Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
 3. Arrange all the keys in the order
Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
 4. Clean the keyboard
Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
 5. Attach the keyboard, then turn on the notebook
Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
 6. The observation
  • When the notebook / laptop is turned on, the sound of tiit.......... (video)
  • When the "D" is pressed once, appears ddddddddddddddddddd (video)
  • When the "," or "<" is pressed once, appears ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, (video)
  • When the "F" is pressed, the screen does not show any or the "F" does not work (video)
Conclusion
When the notebook / laptop is turned on, the sound of tiit ..... This is because, there is damage to the "D" "," "<" "F" (the observation number 2, 3, 4)

Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
Rubber buttons

7. Solution
For the "D" = remove rubber buttons, and then plug it back without using adhesive / glue (see video)
For the "F" = remove rubber buttons, and then reinstall using the adhesive / glue.
Slide the rubber position, until the right position, then stick with glue
For the "," or "<" = remove the rubber button, then plug it back without using adhesive / glue (see video)
Fix Notebook/Laptop Keyboard
 8. Turn on the notebook and do the test. If no damage is found, your keyboard is back to normal, but when the notebook is turned on the sound still tiit ... tiit ... tiit ..., meaning that there is an error in the keyboard. Search and find a broken button, do the repairs as the instructions above.

There are three characters damage the notebook keyboard
  1. When the laptop is turned on the sound, tiit ... When entering the windows, keyboard error.
  2. When the laptop is turned on there was no sound, tiit ... When entering the windows keyboard error.
  3. When the laptop is turned on no sound tiit ... When entering windows normal keyboard, and when worn typing, the keyboard error.
In principle, we must find the button that was damaged, and do the repairs in a way
  1. Cleaning the keyboard from dirt
  2. Shift the position of keyboard so that the rubber is in the right position, then stick with glue (in the case of the "F")
  3. Remove and reinstall the rubber keyboard, without using glue (in the case of the "D" "," "<")
I hope this information useful. Thanks

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