Here are a few precautions to help computer users understand the fundamental protection techniques of a laptop's keyboard: Avoid placing too much pressure on the keyboard caps as they may get damaged or break after extensive abuse. Avoid placing liquids (like water or soda) and food near the keyboard as it may spill over or fall on to the laptop's keyboard, which could permanently damage it. Avoid buying a laptop cover that is not capable of protecting the entire keyboard (i.e., all keys, touch pad and wrist area). Advice: The most sensitive part of a laptop keyboard may be the touch pad, so again refrain from placing any unnecessary pressure on the laptop's keyboard surface. Tip: The best way to protect a laptop keyboard is to ensure no liquid spills, food, or dust gets in between the key caps. It is also a good idea for computer users to refrain from applying too much pressure on the key caps when they use it (for typing, gaming, navigating, and so on).
As long as you are able to maintain the keyboard's warranty status, you will likely be able to have any necessary keyboard repairs done as needed for as long as the specific warranty last. This warranty does not cover problems or damage resulting from, but not limited to, any of the following: * Wear and tear associated with normal use. * Any modification, abuse, accident, disassembly, misapplication, or unauthorized repair. * Removal of any manufacturer label(s) or sticker(s). * Any improper operation, including any use not in accordance with any supplied product instructions. * Connection to any improper voltage supply. * Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect in materials or workmanship. * Spilling any liquids on the keyboard itself. Any issue of non-functionality with the Laptop Keyboard is covered with Replacement of the same. If time bound (7 business days) replacement is not given we will issue 100% refund of our selling price.