Introducción

Si suelta el teclado en la esquina superior derecha, su botón de encendido podría bloquearse y el teclado no funcionará más.

¡Esta es una breve guía que le mostrará una manera fácil de hacerlo funcionar de nuevo!

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Corta el aluminio abollado con tu cuchillo de corte. Es un poco complicado y tienes que usar un poco de fuerza para cortarlo, pero funcionará.
  • Corta el aluminio abollado con tu cuchillo de corte. Es un poco complicado y tienes que usar un poco de fuerza para cortarlo, pero funcionará.

  • ¡Tenga cuidado con el cuchillo! ¡Puedes cortarte el dedo muy fácilmente!

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Saque con cuidado el botón de encendido si es necesario y corrija la abolladura
  • Saque con cuidado el botón de encendido si es necesario y corrija la abolladura

  • Presione el botón de encendido nuevamente una vez que la abolladura esté suavizada desde adentro.

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Conclusión

Una vez que se corta el aluminio que estaba presionando el botón, se repara el dispositivo. No es necesario volver a armarlo.

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This worked for me. Be Careful. I made it worse initially because the inside edge became rough with my hacking away. I ended up smoothing the edge with a stainless steel cuticle pusher. Also: Constantly blow the scrapings away so they don't get caught between the button and the edge.

joan roco - Contestar

Thanks for this idea. It worked great for me and saved the keyboard. My first idea was to try to fully disassemble the keyboard so I could bend the piece back out with pliers after removing the button. I probably would've destroyed the keyboard without fixing it without this simple idea.

Wesley Womack - Contestar

Bullshit nothing can go between the button and the Keyboard, i just break my keyboard... thx

ruedifly - Contestar

It worked for me. Took an hour or so to carefully cut the alumunium around the button. It took quite long because I have a crappy cutter that will easily snapped its sharp point.

Eventually the click was starting to work. Didn't manage to cut deeper so the whole assembly is still stuck.

Indramin Darmadi - Contestar

It worked! The dent is pressing the power button making it unmovable. Its was on that state until I changed batteries. Now scratched and dented but working. Apple design flaw.

adelacuesta2972 - Contestar

It worked for me! I purchased an Apple Wireless Keyboard off eBay for 5.04 (!) that was missing the Z key. It was listed as being in excellent condition, a few scuffs, in working order. I figured, no problem, replacement keys are also sold on eBay for a few bucks.

Found out that the back tube had been bent over the (right side) power button. Saw this guide, and put in about a half hour GENTLY scraping away at it.

Keyboard works like a charm now! Thanks a bunch!!!

Joel - Contestar

It works like a charm. It takes a lot of patience to remove the dent and smoothing the edge with a nail file, but it's worth it.

Carlos Teran - Contestar

Worked beautifully! Bought a keyboard together with the trackpad and Thunderbolt display at Goodwill, only sign of usage on the set was a dent on the button, haha. I had to dig quite deep to get the button unstuck, but no issue at all! Even the cheapest knifes are able to cut the aluminium away.

DefinitelyNot AShark - Contestar

Thanks for this! The knives didn't make it nice so I mainly used a double cut flat file, and went a bit deeper until some white plastic appeared , that I was able to pull out to original position and make the button clickable again, I'm happy.

.. Maybe Apple could solve it by make the eject key work as power button..

MadWurmz from Planet Verbs - Contestar

Worked !!!, My problem was that the keyboard had a dent right at the button side corner, then the button kept always pushed and somehow the batteries didn´t last a week. 5 mins repair. Thank you so much!

smejia2001 - Contestar

Awesome fix, just under a minute to fix my keyboard

Millan Garcia - Contestar

Worked great for me. Was carrying around the keyboard and somehow the aluminum around the power button got banged up to the point that the power button was sticking. Used a razor blade to pry the button off and smoothed out the dent by shaving off some material with the aforementioned razor blade. Works much better now.

carlxjones - Contestar

5stars! Fixed my power button in 10 min! Thank you!

James Bohrer - Contestar

Great tutorial!!! Everything was ok...now I have to smooth the edges...because it seems bitten by a shark! ;-)

Renzo Spanu - Contestar

I have a broken power button. The plastic that holds it in is broken. Pieces fall out.

lbmsholly - Contestar

its works for me, but I didn't cut way the edge of the power. what I did was I just poke an sharp blade on the power and lift it out. it takes me only a minute to do this.

Thanks :)

rodel resurreccion - Contestar

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