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Hello! I recently spilled some ice tea on top of my laptop, I quickly cleaned it off and my laptop works fine just the keys are a little sticky. For the B, T, G, and H keys, I removed the keycap to dry the inside, when I did this to my N key, the key will no longer fit and keeps popping off whenever I try and remove it. I tried every youtube on the issue and none worked. What do I do? 

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You can try replacing the key. If it works it will have been a  cheap fix.

There are businesses that operating in that specific niche.

https://laptopkey.com/

 

If that does not work, replacing the keyboard would be the only other option.
In that case, return to your thread and this time identify your notebook with an HP product name and product number(SKU). 


Otherwise we will not be able to help you as we do not like to play guess which part  while blindfolded.  🤔



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