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Got a missing key on your laptop keyboard?

If you have a faulty key on your laptop keyboard, then most people will put up with it for a while. However when you have a big assignment to do, a replacement keyboard may rise up near to the top of your wish list. As well often being the solution to liquid damage, a new laptop keyboard can solve the problem of broken or missing laptop keys.

Laptop Power UK has thousands of replacement keyboards in stock, including Dell Inspiron keyboards and HP Pavilion keyboards. The process of replacing the keyboard is very straight forward with many online tutorials making things straightforward for people who haven’t performed the repair before.

Very commonly requested parts guaranteed to be in stock include the Dell Inspiron 1545 keyboard, the Acer Aspire 5315 keyboard and the Compaq CQ61 keyboard. With special trade prices available for our trade partners, getting access to a full range of laptop spare parts has never been easier.

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