Gigabyte P55W V6-CF1 keyboard after spillage

3 Jul 2013
Hi all,

I have a 2016 Gigabyte P55W V6-CF1 which has an unresponsive 'T' key after a drink spillage.

The device was immediately turned upside-down and left to dry for almost a week before using. But now the T key does not respond to being pressed - however it is occasionally activated without physical input, resulting in random and repeated T keystrokes.

I have removed the key and tried electrical contact cleaner a couple of times, to no avail - so I believe I will have to replace the keyboard.

I have tried searching Youtube / Google for a guide on how to do this but cannot find any info, is anyone familiar with how to remove / replace the keyboard on this specific laptop?

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