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  1.    #1  
    I need a new keyboard/keypad replacement for a Treo 650, if you know where I can get one, let me know! (not the rubber thing, but the actual keypad inside that's connected to the motherboard... my P button is damaged)
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    i have a 650 works fine but the ratio doesnt work how much would you buy iy for
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlazboss
    i have a 650 works fine but the ratio doesnt work how much would you buy iy for
    I don't need the whole treo, just the actual keypad inside.
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    How much would you pay for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlazboss
    How much would you pay for it
    $20 shipped for the internal keypad
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    rlazboss, if you're going to part out the Treo, I'm interested in the outside case. That is, if it's a GSM model. Perhaps nXt and I can get together and purchase it. I'll pay $50 for the case, making your take on the whole thing $70 so far. What are you looking to get for it, considering the radio is hosed?

    Anyone else want parts? Hehe.

    If nXt trusted me, I can take delivery and dissect it for him.
    Unlocked P1 T650 + 12" Powerbook + Scion xA = Happiness
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    I was bidding on an auction on ebay for the part i needed, but lost, so i went and took apart my Treo 650 for the 10th time, and well i fixed the broken P. So I no longer need to buy one.
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    Is it difficult to replace the keypad?

    I just did an advanced exchange of my T650. It really needed a new keypad, the alt key and 0 were nearly impossible to press.

    Has anyone else experienced there keyboard wearing down or the functionality drastically decreasing over time?
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    nXt, that's good news. Was it just something slipped out of place?

    I'm really tempted to take my existing, and really f'ed up case, and puttying up the gashes so I can spray paint it. heh
    Unlocked P1 T650 + 12" Powerbook + Scion xA = Happiness
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    I took out the internal keypad, and since my P is near the edge, I just took a very small flat head to peel up the adhesive top, stick the flat head in the P spot, and poked the metal spring inside UP. now it's working fine.

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