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Introduzione

This guide will help you remove a key from the keyboard. You'll want to use a plastic or metal spudger to remove the keys from the keyboard.

Parti

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  1. Unplug the keyboard cord from the computer.
    • Unplug the keyboard cord from the computer.

  2. Turn the keyboard over and remove all the screws from the back. Turn the keyboard over and remove all the screws from the back.
    • Turn the keyboard over and remove all the screws from the back.

  3. Using a metal spudger, gently slide it under the cover. Use your hand to add more pressure.
    • Using a metal spudger, gently slide it under the cover. Use your hand to add more pressure.

    • Be careful to not give too much pressure that could break the keyboard

  4. Turn the keyboard back and remove the screws from the front.
    • Turn the keyboard back and remove the screws from the front.

  5. Gently remove the key button from the device.
    • Gently remove the key button from the device.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I am sorry, but why did you wrote a tutorial and describe how to open up G910 (and lose the warranty along the way) just to take of the keyCAP?

Keycap can be removed in a matter of seconds with use of $0.99 keycap removal tool

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Keyboard-Key-Ke...

heggathestrasni - Replica

It’s not just the Key Cap, you can remove the mechanical switch too. I have a busted G910 and I’ve been wanting to replace the switches for a while now.

Wildcard001 -

Rofl, you don’t need to do steps 1-4, literally jusst do 5 if you are replacing the keycap lmao

rob.chan - Replica

I think step 3 and 4 are in the wrong order, you can’t get to the screws until you get that face-plate off

Brett Yoakum - Replica

Exactly. How do you get the face plate off? It's seems to be glued or double sided trapped and is cheap plastic that cracks easier than an egg!

Richard Shears -

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