|HP has downloadable instructions for removing and replacing nearly every component on their laptops, I am not sure if Toshiba offers this, but as pointed out, online how-to's are everywhere if you are handy. I have heard some say that once the keyboard is out and away from the laptop they 'rinse' the keyboard with distilled water and let it dry a day or two but I had success unsticking keys (Lemonade) with careful application of a quality rubbing alcohol (90+%, not 70%) and letting it dry 30 minutes. If it does not work, you are in no worse shape than you are now, just make sure it is dry through and there has been no liquid has dripped past the keyboard or you will be disassembling the entire laptop and cleaning all circuits, surfaces, contacts, etc with the 90+% alcohol (a lot of work). You can purchase laptop keyboards on ebay as long as you check their satisfaction rating (98% or better) and read the description carefully (new, like new, removed from laptop, etc. // Toshiba brand, aftermarket // Tested // guaranty/warranty // returnable or not // etc.).|
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