09-23-2009 04:21 PM
I've got a diNovo keyboard for notebooks with 6 unresponsive keys (caps lock, A, S + 1, 2, 3). Given the way they're grouped, I'm assuming there's some shared circuitry between them. Since this keyboard is no longer in production, Logitech isn't able to replace it with the same model, but they won't take the hardware back either, so I'd like to disassemble fully it and have a go at fixing it myself.
Has anyone dealt with this problem before? Or do you know of a way to take the keyboard apart completely? I tried removing all the screws from the back (including the two under its rubber feet), but couldn't get the front and back panels to separate.
02-21-2010 02:18 PM
had the same problem, haven't fixed it yet but working on it. Theres another screw behind the Logitech diNovo Keyboard sticker, take the sticker off and you-ll be able to detach the the keyboard. Have you found a solution to the problem?
02-14-2013 02:13 PM
The Logitech diNovo Keyboard for Notebooks has a 5-year limited hardware warranty, since this is a hardware failure, you can contact the Logitech Customer Support team for further assistance with this.
This product is no longer in stock to be replace, however they might offer a different keyboard if your diNovo is still under warranty.
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