MacBook Air / Pro replacement back arrow key.

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MacBook Air / Pro replacement back arrow key. by TheKre8Group Apr 15, 2013
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I inadvertently destroyed the back arrow key on my MacBook, I created this one as a replacement.

It does not engage the spring mechanism (as I broke that trying to put the old key back in), it just sits on the actuator and behaves normally when pressed.

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okay. i will tweak this and add the rear clips. i want to print some clear keys for my MBP, so keep a look out for it! maybe if i have time, ill create the mechanism too... shouldnt be too hard...

does it snap fit in? or just sit there?

It just sits there, I broke the mechanism.