Hinge key to Pavilion Ultrabook replacement

I'm really struggling to find a two parts of replacement hinge that connects a letter key to my Pavilion Ultrabook 14.
b130sa keyboard. The product number is D2Z32EA #ABU.

Can anyone help? PC World and local computer stores will not know or can not find all the parts for this computer. I understand that this is a new model, but surely there are parts available?

Thanks in anticipation!

Phil

Hello Phil_C,

I understand that you are looking for the hinge which holds the keys to your laptop.

Check this website to see if they have what you are looking for.

http://www.laptopkey.com/hinges.php#hinges

I would like to know how everything goes.

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