Water on laptop keyboard

chadght Posts 6 Registration date Saturday October 4, 2008 Status Member Last seen April 17, 2009 - Oct 7, 2008 at 04:25 AM
 xpcman - Oct 7, 2008 at 07:09 PM
Some water was spilt on my friend's Toshiba laptop keyboard (on the left hand side; Shift, Ctrl, Fn, Home and Alt buttons) then the keyboard didn't work. It seems like problem with the circuit inside. Just wondering whether I can change the keyboard and how much it'll cost.
thanks for your support

1 response

Yes the keyboard can be removed. You will need the Laptop repair guide (manual) because you need the EXACT procedure for your model. Follow in instructions and keep track of where EACH screw goes. Often they are different lengths and sizes. Check Ebay for prices - anywhere from $3 to $50. Try to buy a NEW keyboard.