The "R" on my keyboard came off, and it won't stay back on after I reattach it.<br><br>What would be the best way to fix this? Would super glue be a good choice? Since this is a laptop, I'll need to remove those keys to clean under them. if I apply super glue, it'll be difficult to do so.<br><br>
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no experience with laptop keys excepting that I imagine them more difficult to remove and pop individual keys back on than conventional keyboards.<br><br>Have you examined each connecting part with magnifying lens if necessary to ascertain if damage has occurred to either of the male/female joining parts?<br>Damage significant enough to impair replacement of key should be visible.<br>Otherwise it is likely that you are not completing the connection of the two parts fully.<br><br><br><br>
Okay, after a couple of weeks the key keeps on coming off.<br><br>A part of the key has broken off.<br><br>Does the Apple store carry keys? I know places on the internet that do, but that's not worth it.<br><br><br>
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