Lenovo IdeaPad P400 Touch Keyboard Replacement
Replace the keyboard on your Lenovo IdeaPad P400 Touch to enable you to type again.
- Autore: Stephanie Botica
- Stima il tempo: 5 - 10 minuti
- Difficoltà: Facile
Replacing the keyboard on the Lenovo IdeaPad P400 Touch is relatively easy. The keyboard may need to be replaced on your laptop if none of the steps in the troubleshooting guide resolved issues with your ability to input text into the computer. There is little that you will have to do that involves any risk to yourself or the device. On this model of laptop, you must remove the keyboard before being able to open the laptop case, so as a result, opening the laptop itself is unnecessary. You will only need a Phillips #1 screwdriver and plastic spudger to complete this repair.
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Passo 1 — Keyboard ¶
Remove the two 14mm Phillips #1 screws that attach the keyboard to the underside of the laptop.
Passo 2 ¶
Flip the laptop over and open it as you would to use it.
Passo 3 ¶
Using your hands, lift the top corner of the keyboard, and keep lifting until the keyboard pops out. You will hear clicks as you do this.
Passo 4 ¶
Lift the top of the keyboard and flip the keyboard face down so that you can access the connectors underneath it.
Using your fingers, unplug the large connector that connects the keyboard to the center of the laptop by sliding the end of the strip out of the socket.
Passo 5 ¶
Using your fingers, unplug the second, smaller connector, located at the lower left hand side of the keyboard by sliding the strip out of the socket.