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Versão atual de: Kristen Gismondi (detalhes da votação) ,

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I can't believe what I am reading. I had this problem, because I had just replaced the screen, and I was able to get back in quickly. I quickly realized that the tiny little piece was missing, by looking at the volume button. I guess the fact that I could access it quickly, and that I could compare it to a working button, that message it so obvious. I did one search, picked the 4th option, and found the entire switch that mounts onto the board for $1 each. I may actually order one of the one that requires you to order 10 minimum, just so that I can have a few to break. Anyways, I will update how successful I am, but as I read through this, I see that it looks like someone included some really good pictures, that should help everyone out. Good luck.

=== Update (02/16/2021) ===

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This is the piece opposite my power button on the mother board

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These are the volume buttons

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Close up

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The one on the right. Notice the little plastic tab

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See how it is missing from my power button. The power button, when pressed, will push that missing tag down. Likewise, when that tag is there, it pushed the power button up.

You can order the piece that goes on the motherboard, and remove that tag that is missing. You can then put the new tab on the one that you have, carefully because it is easy to loose and to break. You can also robe the entire piece off of your motherboard, and super the new one right on. There are some that have epoxy, but if it doesn't, it will be very easy, providing that you are skilled at small soldering! They are only $1 each, so buy extra!

https://www.mobilesentrix.com/power-and-volume-buttons-clicker-compatible-for-surface-book-1-2-1703-1704-1806-1832

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Editado por: Ghengis Fong jr ,

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I can't believe what I am reading. I had this problem, because I had just replaced the screen, and I was able to get back in quickly. I quickly realized that the tiny little piece was missing, by looking at the volume button. I guess the fact that I could access it quickly, and that I could compare it to a working button, that message it so obvious. I did one search, picked the 4th option, and found the entire switch that mounts onto the board for $1 each. I may actually order one of the one that requires you to order 10 minimum, just so that I can have a few to break. Anyways, I will update how successful I am, but as I read through this, I see that it looks like someone included some really good pictures, that should help everyone out. Good luck.
 
=== Update (02/16/2021) ===
 
[image|2331004]
 
This is the piece opposite my power button on the mother board
 
[image|2331005]
 
These are the volume buttons
 
[image|2331007]
 
Close up
 
[image|2331002]
 
The one on the right. Notice the little plastic tab
 
[image|2331011]
 
See how it is missing from my power button. The power button, when pressed, will push that missing tag down. Likewise, when that tag is there, it pushed the power button up.
 
You can order the piece that goes on the motherboard, and remove that tag that is missing. You can then put the new tab on the one that you have, carefully because it is easy to loose and to break. You can also robe the entire piece off of your motherboard, and super the new one right on. There are some that have epoxy, but if it doesn't, it will be very easy, providing that you are skilled at small soldering! They are only $1 each, so buy extra!
 
https://www.mobilesentrix.com/power-and-volume-buttons-clicker-compatible-for-surface-book-1-2-1703-1704-1806-1832

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Editado por: Ghengis Fong jr ,

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I can't believe what I am reading. I had this problem, because I had just replaced the screen, and I was able to get back in quickly. I quickly realized that the tiny little piece was missing, by looking at the volume button. I guess the fact that I could access it quickly, and that I could compare it to a working button, that message it so obvious. I did one search, picked the 4th option, and found the entire switch that mounts onto the board for $1 each. I may actually order one of the one that requires you to order 10 minimum, just so that I can have a few to break. Anyways, I will update how successful I am, but as I read through this, I see that it looks like someone included some really good pictures, that should help everyone out. Good luck.
 
=== Update (02/16/2021) ===
[image|2331004]
 
This is the piece opposite my power button on the mother board
 
[image|2331005]
 
These are the volume buttons
 
[image|2331007]
 
Close up
 
[image|2331002]
 
The one on the right. Notice the little plastic tab
 
[image|2331011]
 
See how it is missing from my power button. The power button, when pressed, will push that missing tag down. Likewise, when that tag is there, it pushed the power button up.
 
You can order the piece that goes on the motherboard, and remove that tag that is missing. You can then put the new tab on the one that you have, carefully because it is easy to loose and to break. You can also robe the entire piece off of your motherboard, and super the new one right on. There are some that have epoxy, but if it doesn't, it will be very easy, providing that you are skilled at small soldering! They are only $1 each, so buy extra!
 
https://www.mobilesentrix.com/power-and-volume-buttons-clicker-compatible-for-surface-book-1-2-1703-1704-1806-1832

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Mensagem original de: Ghengis Fong jr ,

Texto:

I can't believe what I am reading. I had this problem, because I had just replaced the screen, and I was able to get back in quickly. I quickly realized that the tiny little piece was missing, by looking at the volume button. I guess the fact that I could access it quickly, and that I could compare it to a working button, that message it so obvious. I did one search, picked the 4th option, and found the entire switch that mounts onto the board for $1 each. I may actually order one of the one that requires you to order 10 minimum, just so that I can have a few to break. Anyways, I will update how successful I am, but as I read through this, I see that it looks like someone included some really good pictures, that should help everyone out. Good luck.

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