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New Original Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard with Gray Frame 25-010793


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Product Description of Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard:

Color: Black keys with gray frame.
Layout: US
Condition: New
Warranty: 3 Months
Shipping: Free worldwide shipping!

Replacement for:
25-010793 25-012184 25-012185
25012186 MP-10A33US-6864 V-117020AS1-US

Fit Models:
Lenovo G770 Series Lenovo G770A Series Lenovo G780 Series
Lenovo G780A Series

Removal a Keyboard from Lenovo G770 G780 Laptop

For the convenience, we provide an universal instruction for your reference, it is very simple, and some steps may be different to disassembly your laptop. If you need a detailed manual, please contact us, we will email you if we have.

NOTICE: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface (such as a connector on the back of the computer).

1. Make sure that your laptop is powered completely off: Unplug the power cord and take the battery out.

2. Turn the laptop upside down, remove all the screws securing the Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard and keyboard cover. Some laptops don’t have these crews, if so, you can skip this step.

3. Open the display all the way (180 degrees) so that it rests on your work surface.

4. Insert a scribe into the indent to lift the keyboard cover on the right side. Ease the keyboard cover up, moving from right to left, and remove it. To some laptops, the keyboard cover doesn’t need to be removed.
NOTICE: To avoid damaging the keyboard cover, do not lift the cover on both sides simultaneously.
NOTICE: Before removing the cover, be aware that it may have a data cable on the back that is connected to the laptop. So be very cautious remove the keyboard cover.

5. Remove the screws (if exist) that hold the Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard in place and push back some plastic tabs.

6. Lift the Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard and hold it up and slightly forward to allow access to the keyboard connector. There may be a little plastic connector holding the ribbon cable to the computer. To unlock it, carefully pull up on the two tabs; one located on each corner of the connector. The ribbon cable will now be released.

7. Carefully pull the ribbon cable out of the connector and remove it along with the entire Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard.

Installing the Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard Replacement

1. Pick up your new Lenovo G770 G780 Keyboard, align it, and attach the data cable to the connector on the laptop, usually by inserting the flat cable as far as it will go and then flipping the small latch on the connector back down to grasp it.

2. With the data cable connected, set the Lenovo G770 G780 keyboard in place, being careful not to pull at or damage the cable in any way.

3. Reinsert the screws to hold the keyboard down and reattach the cover piece, which usually requires a little force to snap back into place. If you removed any screws earlier, reinsert those as well.

4. If everything went smoothly, you can reinstall your battery and boot up the Lenovo G770 G780 laptop.