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Buying a replacement Laptop keyboard


bturner
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Hi all,

I spilt a drink on my Laptop keyboard and had to take it out as it typing random letters all the time.

I am currently using a wireless keyboard with dongle.

Where is the best place to get a new Packard Bell Easynote keyboard and which numbers are needed? Model Number MP-09B26GB-6981 P/N: PK130C83007 S/N: 01031417765M KB KB1170G1960360449D1600

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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compumac

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Fruit Bat/\0/.

I think that the price shown on your link would only refer to the individual replacement keys and not the full keyboard. I recently obtained a replacement keyboard for my EasyNote and I obtained it at a price of £50. Mine was not the same EasyNote model as bturner's though. I had paid about £4 for individual replacement keys.

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compumac

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Fruit Bat/\0/\

Should have read your reply properly. You said "here". Not "this here" I misunderstood your reply. Apologies

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Input Overload

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Ebay

I have bought a couple of DELL keyboards for laptops off EBay with no problems - Worth checking feedback carefully of couse.

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robinofloxley

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Also check correct country spec ie UK.

Easy to buy a cheap US one. Or at least I nearly have.

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markd71

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Soak the keyboard in warm soapy water, rinse with warm water, wrap in a towel and leave in hotpress for a week or so, To test, seal it in a plastic bag and return to hotpress for a few hours, if no condensation you're good to go. Repeat if necessary.

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KRONOS the First

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What is a hotpress?

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markd71

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An airing cupboard..... where the immersion heater is.. hot-water tank

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bturner

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Many thanks for all the helpful replies.

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bturner

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Just wondering if anyone has experience with this company, I think they are in Hong Kong and I am in the UK.

http://www.gemwon.com/sp6497

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