Clavier ES (espagnol) noir original pour la serie Medion Akoya P6618

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Ce produit est EOL (End of Life): Clavier ES (espagnol) noir original pour la serie Medion Akoya P6618

If a spare part is no longer available from IPC-Computer and the manufacturer, it will be displayed as EOL in the shop. The product can no longer be ordered in the shop. Nevertheless, we often receive further inquiries if we can deliver. We only show the status EOL if it is 100% guaranteed that an item can no longer be delivered.

If there is still a theoretical chance of availability, we always set the status: Items with delivery problems.

Almost all manufacturers set spare parts to EOL (= End of Life) status when they have been sold out. The article is then no longer available from the manufacturer and thus discontinued. The manufacturer is also no longer able or willing to produce this spare part.

For this product there is unfortunately also no alternative or replica product, which we could supply as a compatible product.

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  • Can I buy single key-caps for my notebook keyboard?

    Unfortunately, this s not possible for multiple reasons:

    • No manufacturer sells single key-caps, only whole keyboards. 
    • There are way too many designs, holding-clips variants, color differences.
    • There are multiple thousand different keyboards from different manufacturers.
    • Sometimes even the same notebook model uses different keyboards
    • Carrying that many different spare parts is almost impossible for manufacturers and sellers
  • Is it possible to install a keyboard with a numpad in my Notebook?

    You can only install keyboards intended for the use in your model. So, when your current keyboard does not have a numpad you will not be able to install one with a numpad, since they would be too large. The same is true for keyboards with numpad, ones without numpad would then be too small.

    However, there is the option to use an external numpad connected via USB.

  • Which Layout does my keyboard have?

    Most countries have their own keyboard Layout. Usually the device has the layout of the country it has been bought in.

    The English layout can be recognized by the first six Characters of the top row of letters. That's also why it is called QWERTY-layout, another common abbreviation for it would be ENG-layout.

  • Why does my keyboard no longer work?

    There can be multiple reasons for its failure.

    • It could be an error in your operating system, for example, when the wrong input language is selected.
    • The keyboard controller IC on the Mainboard could be damaged.
    • Dirt, like food or dust could be stuck in the keyboard.

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