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Einleitung

The Logitech K120 Keyboard is known for its cheap price and comfort. It also has slits at the bottom of the keyboard to allow liquids to flow out of the keyboard. Luckily, the keyboard is also very easy to disassemble and that’s exactly what this guide is for.

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  1. Remove the Phillips #000 screw. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise. Remove the Phillips #000 screw. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise.
    • Remove the Phillips #000 screw. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise.

  2. Use the spudger to separate the top of keyboard from the bottom of the keyboard. Use the spudger to separate the top of keyboard from the bottom of the keyboard. Use the spudger to separate the top of keyboard from the bottom of the keyboard.
    • Use the spudger to separate the top of keyboard from the bottom of the keyboard.

  3. Remove the top of the keyboard and put it aside.
    • Remove the top of the keyboard and put it aside.

  4. Unscrew the highlighted screws using a Phillips #000  Screwdriver. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise. Unscrew the highlighted screws using a Phillips #000  Screwdriver. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise. Unscrew the highlighted screws using a Phillips #000  Screwdriver. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise.
    • Unscrew the highlighted screws using a Phillips #000 Screwdriver. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise.

  5. Use the spudger and carefully pry the connector out of its socket. (Highlighted in the pictures) Use the spudger and carefully pry the connector out of its socket. (Highlighted in the pictures) Use the spudger and carefully pry the connector out of its socket. (Highlighted in the pictures)
    • Use the spudger and carefully pry the connector out of its socket. (Highlighted in the pictures)

  6. Carefully nudge the connector out of the hole in which the cable enters the keyboard's chassis. Carefully nudge the connector out of the hole in which the cable enters the keyboard's chassis.
    • Carefully nudge the connector out of the hole in which the cable enters the keyboard's chassis.

  7. Peel the membrane off carefully so that the membrane doesn't rip. Peel the membrane off carefully so that the membrane doesn't rip.
    • Peel the membrane off carefully so that the membrane doesn't rip.

  8. Stick the sharp end of the spudger into the corner of the second membrane and bring the spudger partly underneath the membrane. Lift the membrane off of the first standoff. Peel the rest of the membrane off carefully so the membrane doesn't rip.
    • Stick the sharp end of the spudger into the corner of the second membrane and bring the spudger partly underneath the membrane.

    • Lift the membrane off of the first standoff.

    • Peel the rest of the membrane off carefully so the membrane doesn't rip.

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Marcus Jones

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I followed your guide for disassembly and did the opposite for reassembly, now all three leds turn on when plugged in but none of the keys respond. Any idea what I should do?

Jacob Sileski - Antwort

Make sure that the rubber membrane is making contact with the pads on the plastic sheets. If they are, make sure the connector is fully plugged in. If it is, make sure the keyboard is plugged into the right USB port.

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