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Topic # 248230 15-Mar-2019 16:44
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My dell l421x 14 xps keyboard is non responsive. It got 2 drops of water in it and died.

I know where to find parts in aus, $22 plus $6 postage https://www.broadwaycomputers.net.au/view/productdetails.php?product=KDEL421X

 

Where on Earth do we find parts in NZ? Its bad enough I have to basically do a full tear down including re thermal paste which ive just done, but the fact it seems nobody in NZ stocks parts for notebooks is even worse haha.

If anybody knows where might have the keyboard please let me know, thank you.


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  Reply # 2198916 15-Mar-2019 17:27
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Ebay still works in NZ.


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  Reply # 2198945 15-Mar-2019 17:56
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You can get pretty well any part for any laptop off ebay or aliX. Even amazon but at higher prices.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2198946 15-Mar-2019 17:56
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Might just have to order a third party one from hong kong off ebay and wait for it to arrive(ie use a usb keyboard for now?)

 

 

 

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-UK-KEYBOARD-for-Dell-XPS-14-L421x-15-L521x-Series-BACKLIT-Backlight/322269568578?hash=item4b08c35e42:g:aBsAAOSwOyJX45rX&frcectupt=true

 

 

 

 


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