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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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sourhomenj
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I need to remove the keyboard on my G4 alluminum 15inch backlit. Does anyone knwo how to remove it? Simple directions would really help me out.
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http://pbfixit.com/Guide/54.5.0.html

Why do you need to remove it?
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I want to remove it to make the lights blue hah.
No but seriously, if it is broke, should apple fix it?
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By trying to make them blue lights you void your warranty and apple and just laugh at you and does not have to repair anything

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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By trying to make them blue lights you void your warranty and apple and just laugh at you and does not have to repair anything
I wasn't the original poster and it was a joke. I'm way smarter than that and since I paid cash for my pbook I certainly wouldn't screw it up a week later.
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Would replacing the keyboard yourself be voiding the warranty?
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If you still have a warranty then you shouldn't need to replace the Keyboard ? If it's a question of a different style keyboard then just keep the old one and if you have any problems put the original one back before you go back to the shop, this also goes for anything else that you have installed yourself, including ram.
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I need to remove the keyboard to replace it. It was broken by my stupid mistake and I need to remove the old keyboard so I can put the new one I have in. Can anyone help me out I really need the help.
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