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HP PARTSURFER - spare part search portal

HP has a web site, open to everyone, where one can look up the product code (spare part number) for all HP products:


Partsurfer also indicates if a certain spare part has been replaced by another, or is no longer in production.


With the part number found in HP partsurfer(c) , you can ask your local PC repair shop about prices and availability.


Alternatively , eBay or any search engine can fetch you lots of alternative sellers for second hand parts...

Although I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.
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Part surfer is very good to know all teh details about the parts.


Also check the below websites.


HP parts store :


HP Replacement parts :





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I need a small replacement part that gives me a big headache. I had to replace my HP Pavilion keyboard and bought new (original) one. However when disconnecting it from the housing and when "unplugging" I broke the small plastic hinge - not sure how to better describe it. Where can I buy a spare one as it is virtualy impossible to make the keyboard work...tried with scotch-tape etc...but 1/2 letters and keys don't work. I'm desperate as I need my laptop for work and this is turning into a frustrating nightmere....thanks in advance.

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Hey Marink,


I understand you need the part that clips or locks the Keyboard into place.

I would be happy to get the part number or locate if the part is available but I will need your model number.

A work around would be to USB connect a regular Keyboard.


Let me know.



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