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    Hey,

    I just purchased a Powerbook G4, and it's missing the F5 key. Anyone know where I can buy a replacement key or am I doomed to buy a whole new keyboard?

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    You need to buy a whole new keyboard, which is about $100 for backlit or $80 for non-backlit.
    Someone may have some lying around in there service department though.

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    if it is from a titanium powerbook. i could have a spare "f5" key lying around!
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    Thanks chocho, but its a aluminum powerbook g4 1.33ghz.

    The site that you mentioned Squozen, seems to not stock the powerbook 1.33ghz keys in particular for some reason.

    Thanks for the replies so far.

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    I've got a 12" 1.33 keyboard that had a fight with a beer bottle... I it just the keytop you need, or the "scissors" parts as well?
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