Keyboard Letters

  woodchip 17:39 30 Aug 11
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As anybody had the problem of them waring of Laptop Keys, And what have you done about it

  tullie 17:46 30 Aug 11

If you mean worn letters etc,cant you get stick ons?Dont know how long these would last though.

  Sparkly 17:46 30 Aug 11

woodchip

Replaced one of mine not long ago simle to do, individual keys or keyboard, take a look http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?nkw=Pro+A200.+keyboard+&trksid=p5197.c0.m627

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:53 30 Aug 11
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Had a black keyboard with the problem -

redrew the letters using correction ink and a cocktail stick and then painted clear nail varnish on top when dry -

no problems since.

but you need a steady hand :0)

  birdface 18:12 30 Aug 11

I have heard from others if it is a logitech and not to old if you phone them they will replace it free of charge.

  birdface 18:13 30 Aug 11

Oops ignore that.I thought that it was an ordinary keyboard.

  woodchip 18:14 30 Aug 11

Fruit Bat /\0/\ That's what I was thinking of doing its just odd letter like A H O T and N others seem ok. A and O gets a lot of stick as does T top right of T as gone. In Fact it's the Right side on all the above letters. Must be as I use my right fore finger to type with.

PS its a HP Laptop Centino 2.13 Ghz M CPU

  Sparkly 18:26 30 Aug 11

Lets see if this works better http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Toshiba-Sat-Pro-A200-K000053150-ANY-1-KEYBOARD-KEY-/250785937872?pt=UKComputingComputerComponents_KeyboardsMice&hash=item3a6401b9d0

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