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Logitech Keyboard right shift key is broke, how can I fix it?

My right shift key on my logitech MK300 keyboard won't work. I popped it off thinking maybe it needs to dry, or something. It's a wireless keyboard.

I can't afford to buy a new keyboard.

Is there anything I can try to make it work?

thank you.

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It sounds like you think it got wet. It may dry over time and return to a working condition. Meanwhile, just use the left shift key. As you can see in my teardown of the Apple wireless keyboard, there's just not much that can be repaired on one of these: Apple Wireless Keyboard (A1255) Teardown

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woof not all keyboards are built or work the same by any means. Nor do all have wires. Also the question got changed from what it originally asked and my original reply. Logitech was not mentioned in the original question, just the icon of the Apple wireless keyboard.

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The Shift key on the left side of my Logitec K330 Bluetooth keyboard came off. This is how I fixed it.

The back of the Shift key consists of a movable wire with bent feet on either end and two side-by-side squares. The Shift key clicks onto two matching squares with holes in them inside the keyboard case. Slightly to the side of each square in the housing case is a tiny block with an indentation at the top. (Note: A flashlight makes these blocks easier to see, especially with a black keyboard.) The feet on the wire fit into these indentations. Holding the key so you can read the word 'Shift,' move the wire so the legs point toward the top of the keyboard. Carefully place each wire foot into its slot and firmly push the key onto the squares.

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The trouble I've had is not putting the wire feet into their slots. It's keeping the wire attached to the shift key while placing it. One end or the other always pops out.

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