model keyboard 3l pro?

model keyboard 3l pro?

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    Renato
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    hello ,sorry my bad english (i am italian)

    Can anyone help me,do you know the keyboard model of the 3l ezbook pro?

    for my distraction I left the notebook too close to the radiator at home,and I found almost 2 burnt keys on the keyboard

    (on/off key and HOME button) on google I can not find anything on this model I tried to contact the customer service jumper seem to ignore me

    I tried to open the notebook but I do not find identification plates just some code that brings me back to nothing

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    dario
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    Even my Jumper 3L PRO, after 8 mounths of good operation, has problems. An abnormal bulge of the chassis made me realize that the battery was physically expanding inside.<span lang=”en”> I opened and removed the battery and the chassis resumed its original shape. Unfortunately, after a few hours the keyboard did not work properly: the central part (keys g, h, j, m, etc.) is compromised. Now I find myself with a PC without a battery and with a keyboard that is not fully functional. I would like to find these two pieces to proceed with the replacement. I know I should send the notebook to China, but I can not stay without PC months …. Who do I turn to order spare parts?</span>

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    Chupa
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    ali as discussed here and an external keyboard, also discussed

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    jack jiang
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    dario
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    Thank you, dear John. That’s very good news. Many thank’s!

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