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The April 2014 update of Apple's 13" MacBook Air features refreshed dual-core i5 and i7 processors, plus slightly increased battery performance.

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Can I replace a key from another non retina MacBook

I have a MacBook Air with a damaged keyboard as it’s missing a down arrow key. I have a non retina keyboard. I was wondering if I could just use that key for it. Or maybe a retina(2014) key? Is this possible?

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The keys will not be compatible. You will be better off tracking down the single key on eBay. I have done a keyboard replacement on a MacBook Pro and it’s not for the faint of heart, It requires you to use pliers to rip the old keyboard out and it’s 100+ rivets. Then on reassemble there’s over 100+ screw to put back in to replace the rivets that were ripped out. I have also taken a look on here for a keyboard replacement guide but there doesn’t appear to be one here. Youtube have a few videos including Louis Rossmann :D

Again if you can find the single key for your Macbook 2014 then I would go that route. Sorry, the keyboard you have is compatible.

Hope this helps some :)

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@eazy_pc_repairs I meant just the single key. Not the entire keyboard. I’ve replaced keyboards before on MacBook Pros.

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I know the keyboard keys are different designs. You would either need to track down someone selling just the arrow key or replace the keyboard :)

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@coreycusick - You can find the needed parts here MacBook Air 2011 - 2017 KeyCap parts Click on the J or K type images to drill down to the needed part.

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