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On Wed, 2003-12-31 at 14:56, Jim Lynch wrote:
> I have a Dell Latitude that has a broken keyboard.  I've seen them 
> advertised on ebay but I have no idea if it is really replaceable.  The 
> last keyboard I took apart wasn't meant to be taken apart without a special 
> jig and it was impossible to get back together without that jig.  Imagine 
> holding 60+springs down and putting keys on each, aligning said while 
> dropping the top on.
> Anyway, I digress.  Has anyone attempted to replace a keyboard on a 
> Latitude or paid  someone do it?  This is not under maintenance.  Is it 
> possible without special tools?
> Thanks,
> Jim.
> Happy new year, all.
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