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keyboard frame removal for HP 15-bs0xx

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15-BS013DX
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I got 3 keys on my keyboard that don't work, I have to press VERY hard on them for them to work and 1 doesn't work at all no matter how hard I press so I need to replace the keyboard. I found plenty of keyboards, without frames,  online that I can afford.

Question: How do I separate the frame from the keyboard?  Are the frame and keyboard welded together?

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Hi,

Officially the keyboard comes as one part with the top cover. There are third parties which sell the keyboard separately. Basically, you need to remove bottom cover (page 45)  and then remove motherboard (page 70) and anything else that is in the way.

The keyboard and frame are held to the top cover with loads of rivets which can try to push out, but most likely will need to break to remove the keyboard. So when you place the new keyboard you might need to use some strong epoxy glue in various parts to keep it in place.

Service manual:

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05493257

 

hope it helps,

David

 

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Hi,

Officially the keyboard comes as one part with the top cover. There are third parties which sell the keyboard separately. Basically, you need to remove bottom cover (page 45)  and then remove motherboard (page 70) and anything else that is in the way.

The keyboard and frame are held to the top cover with loads of rivets which can try to push out, but most likely will need to break to remove the keyboard. So when you place the new keyboard you might need to use some strong epoxy glue in various parts to keep it in place.

Service manual:

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05493257

 

hope it helps,

David

 

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Thank you! This helps tremendously!

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