If you're like many people in the modern world, you spend a lot of time on a personal computer, like a Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061 model computer. You also probably know how devastating it can be if one of they keys on your Toshiba laptop keyboard becomes damaged or breaks. It can make it difficult to use the computer at all. The good news is that you can replace a broken keyboard key yourself if you don't have the money to take your laptop to a service technician.
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Purchase a new laptop key matching the one you have lost (available from your Toshiba retailer or online). If you still have the old key, hinge and hinge cover and it is in good shape, you don't need to purchase a new one.
Fit the plastic hinge in the space on the keyboard where the key used to sit. The hinge looks like a small frame in the shape of the keyboard key.
Hook the top and bottom of the plastic hinge into the hooks on the base of the keyboard to secure it.
Place the circular hinge cover in the middle of the hinge and press down to secure it in place.
Fit the keyboard key over the hinge and gently press down to secure it. The key on your Satellite is now replaced.
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