HP Pavilion dv8000

I need to replace the keyboard on my laptop.  Looked at the parts list but do not know what the difference between a dv800av and dv800avr is?  Anyone can help or tell me what keyoard I need to order?

Thank you!

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HP part number: 403809-001 (keyboard - 88 keys (101-key compatible) together with the Windows key - integrated paved digital 10 keys (United States))

Your components page is hereand you can order the keyboard of her.

It is quite easy to replace... you essentially pop the cover off the coast, then disconnect the ribbon cable that attaches to the motherboard (carefully) and replace the keyboard with a new one.  You can use the manual Maintenance and maintenance for the instructions/diagram.

HP DV8000 Series maintenance and repair (PDF Format)

Message edited by Kalt on 05/04/2009 12:04 AM

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