If you are experiencing problems with your Apple MacBook keyboard, such as keys not working or sticking, it may need to be replaced. Replacing your MacBook keyboard from an Apple authorised service provider will be expensive. However, you can save some money by taking your laptop to an Independent service provider like iTweak.
In this blog post, we will provide more information about the cost and service options for getting your MacBook keyboard replaced.
In cases where there is an extensive damage to the Keyboard top case, the whole Keyboard assembly needs to be replaced instead of the keyboard.
Below are the images showing a MacBook's keyboard and keyboard with full case.
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