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Dell Inspiron 1750 Keyboard TW6MF
Here is a short video explaining exactly how to put this keyboard in your laptop quickly and easily.
" Fast and timely delivery. I ordered this for a friend that had a busted keyboard. Outstanding service and great customer support.
I had to RMA the first KB and I should have replacement... - Todd Norris ( 2/9/2012 ) "
Dell Inspiron 1750 Laptop Keyboard
This Dell Inspiron 1750 Laptop Keyboard was tested by Discount Electronics and is completely functional.
Manufacturer Part# : TW6MF
Dell Part# : TW6MF
Condition: Grade A. This Dell Inspiron 1750 keyboard is a refurbished Dell OEM keyboard in good working and physical condition.
The keyboard is one of the most commonly used parts on a laptop computer. This makes them prone spills and other kinds of damage. Here are some tips for keeping your keyboard (and the rest of your computer) in good shape:
1. Use your computer in a clean environment. Elements like dust and pet hair can get inside various parts of your notebook, keyboard included which can result in keys sticking or otherwise malfunctioning.
2. Avoid exposing your notebook to smoke from things like cigarettes, incense or candles. The residue from the smoke can cause keys on your keyboard to stop working, and can also affect the performance of computer parts.
3. Spills happen. Keep drinks and other liquids far enough away from your computer that if it spills, your laptop will be safe.
4. Do not press on the keys harder than is necessary, or hold the keys down for extended periods. This can wear out the contacts in the keyboard.
Of course, nothing lasts for ever and even a keyboard that works for a long time will suffer cosmetic wear. If only half the keys on your keyboard still have letters on them, it might be time to replace it :) Fortunately, replacing your notebook keyboard is a simple proccess. We've even provided a Video Tutorial showing step-by-step how you can do it yourself at home with just a screw driver and your replacement keyboard from DiscountElectronics.com!
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I had to RMA the first KB and I should have replacement very soon.
great job DE :) - Todd Norris ( 2/9/2012 )
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