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Dell laptop repair forum keyboard h5 g6

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January 15, 2011 3:05:07 PM

Hello,

I have dell 600, when I press g I get g5 and when I press h I get h6, plus other key problems. I tried a new keyboard -that wasn't it.
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January 15, 2011 4:09:44 PM

could be defective motherboard. Was there any liquid spill? Most similar cases I've seen was due to liquid spill.
You might have to take to a repair center. From your description is hard to diagnose the problem.
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January 25, 2011 1:20:56 AM

electrontau said:
could be defective motherboard. Was there any liquid spill? Most similar cases I've seen was due to liquid spill.
You might have to take to a repair center. From your description is hard to diagnose the problem.


No liquid spill that I am aware of. I have seen this problem on a lot of forums with no absolute answer, although a few people have indicated motherboard issue. One site did advise to hold down a couple a keys for five seconds (I think both shift keys) and that actually fixed it for about a week.
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July 7, 2011 1:03:33 PM

The first thing to do before starting to repair anything is to check your laptop warranty. If this one is still valid, then you just have to send your laptop to your manufacturer and thus have it fixed for free.
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July 25, 2011 8:14:02 PM

Hey

I guess iy=ts beest to apprach a laptop repair shop ten repairing by yourself.
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January 23, 2012 2:15:39 PM

Hello

ok guys i have a issue maybe someone can help me.
I haven't used my laptop for a while now there are some keys on my laptop not working those are asdf although an usb laptop does work the problem lies in the laptop itself could someone please reply and tell what could be the problem

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August 1, 2012 10:28:35 AM

Hello..
I think, the dust inserted in your laptop keys. You should remove all the dust and checked it. May be it started working. Thanks..
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November 1, 2012 3:08:02 PM

mikedacop said:
Hello,

I have dell 600, when I press g I get g5 and when I press h I get h6, plus other key problems. I tried a new keyboard -that wasn't it.


Hello:

In most cases this error is attributed to a defective keyboard. Since the Dell 600m keyboard is running around $25 it would be cost effective and wise to have it replaced before deciding on replacing the motherboard. Replacing the keyboard is actually quite easy. You need to remove the power bar plastic strip (where the power buttons are) Be sure to use a plastic scribe so that you don't scratch the plastic. Once you remove the power plastic strip, it will expose the screws that hold the keyboard into place. Should be about 3-4 small screws. Once you remove those the keyboard is easily removed. Be carefuly when removing it though, because the connector that goes to the motherboard is fragile and easily broken or stripped. Replace the defective keyboard with the new one and this should do the trick.

if you continue to have the same problem, I would suggest going for a motherboard replacement.

Any questions, do let me know.

Chris
www.golaptopparts.com
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