Replacing HP ProBook 4530 Keyboards


These are the easiest keyboards I’ve ever replaced. Remove the battery and the two slides that unlock the battery also unlock the back panel.

It slides off and you’ll see three insets with keyboard logos. Two have screws that you remove.

After the screws are out, make sure the lid is open and put your screwdriver in the third recess and apply slight pressure

As you look at the keyboard you’ll see it starting to gap at the top. Get your fingers under there and pry up the top of the keyboard.

Once the top tabs are free lift up the keyboard and disconnect the ribbon. Connect the ribbon from the new keyboard.

Put the bottom tab in place and snap the top of the keyboard down securing the tabs.

Your keyboard is in, flip the laptop over, put the two screws back in, put on the back and the battery.


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