Do not wash the keyboard, you might be shocked or damage it.
Use toshiba keyboard protective film. A good toshiba keyboard protective film can effectively reduce the wear and tear and prevent dust and debris from falling into the keyboard slots.
Wash your hands before using the laptop. The toshiba keyboard is the most easily soiled part on a laptop. In order to avoid the keyboard of oil, wash your hands before using your laptop, so as not to dirty the keyboard.
Do not be too “violent.” Many players use the laptop to play games, so a few frequently-used buttons tend to wear out more quickly than the other keys. Pay attention to the intensity of your typing if you use the keyboard frequently.
Use canned air to remove dust and particles. If you do not have canned air available, you can also use a hair dryer to remove dust, but note that the hair dryer must be set to “cool” so that it only blows cold air.
Do not eat or drink near, or over, the toshiba keyboard. Foreign bodies can fall into the cracks in a keyboard, which will affect normal use. Water and other liquids may lead to more serious consequences.
If the Key Cap and Key Retainer Have Fallen Off the toshiba Keyboard,Purchase the missing cap or retainer if you have lost them. Unsnap the cap from another key that is in working condition but leave the retainer connected. Take a close look at the 4 connecting points on the working retainer and compare it to the area where the damaged key used to be. Place the disconnected retainer the same way that you see the working retainer. Put the missing cap on top of the retainer so the letter on it reads correctly and snap it back in place.
If the Space Bar Has Fallen Off the Keyboard for toshiba. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate the retainer from the space bar key. Link the retainer with the hooks on the keyboard to return it to its proper place. Put the space bar key on top of the retainer and snap it in place.
If You Want to Use Another Key to Replace the One That is Lost Choose a key that you rarely use such as the “Scroll Lock” or one of the “Alt” keys. Pull on the key gently to remove it from its original place. Remove the retainer but make sure that the 2 pieces on the back are still connected. Use a sharp object to lift the membrane that was just under the key before you removed it. Apply strong glue at the bottom edge of the membrane. Place the membrane so that the glue sticks to the new area where you want the key to go. Add the key retainer above the membrane. Put the key cap above the retainer and give it a gentle push to snap it in place.
If you have many keys missing you may want to consider buying and installing an entirely new Toshiba keyboard. Make sure that you buy a toshiba keyboard that matches the exact make and model of your laptop.
If a key does not snap in place, turn it upside down and inspect the locking clips. A damaged locking clip will prevent a key from snapping in place in which case you will need to use another key.
Choosing the best method to repair toshiba laptop keyboard keys depends on the style and model of your laptop. Gather information about your particular laptop to decide which method is best for you.
Get your laptop repaired by the retailer or manufacturer if it is still under warranty with coverage for toshiba keyboard damage.