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PowerBook - My F7 key fell off...


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I've tried and tried, how do I put this thing back in?
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>_<

There has to be some other way.
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keys go on special ways... they can be taken on and off i take mine off from time to time to clean inside. but... its tricky. what keyboard are you speaking of ?

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My F3 key fell off a while back (G4 12" PB) and has been a consistent bother ever since.

They're a really bogger to get back on if they come off. Any help?
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