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We carry a full line of laptop keyboard parts and full laptop keyboard replacements. If your laptop's keyboard is no longer responding, chances are the keyboard is worn out and damaged. It can be very expensive and inefficient to buy a new laptop when only the keyboard isn't functioning and the other parts are perfectly fine. If you don't want to spend a fortune on a new laptop, fret not, we've got you covered. We have a variety of laptop keyboard replacement for different models from the major brands. Take a look at the laptop keyboard replacements we have, you just might find the one to save your laptop and wallet.
Replace your laptop keyboard with one of our notebook keyboard replacements. We have quite a few laptop keyboard replacements to choose from, so take a look around and you are very likely to find a great replacement notebook keyboard for you. Can I replace the keyboard myself?

Yes, you can. Usually replacing a laptop's keyboard is only a matter of unsnapping the cover, removing a few screws and disconnect the cable connecting to the keyboard. Although different models of laptop could have different configurations, the steps shouldn't be that different. There are a lot of information around the web if you so desire to replace it yourself. However if you are unsure and you don't have the confidence to do it yourself, it would be better to have a professional do it for you.

Why should I buy a laptop keyboard replacement?

If only the keyboard on your laptop is damaged, the most cost-effective is replacing it with a new one.

Can I replace the keyboard myself?

Yes, you can. Usually replacing a laptop's keyboard is only a matter of unsnapping the cover, removing a few screws and disconnect the cable connecting to the keyboard. Although different models of laptop could have different configurations, the steps shouldn't be that different. There are a lot of information around the web if you so desire to replace it yourself. However if you are unsure and you don't have the confidence to do it yourself, it would be better to have a professional do it for you.