Macbook Keyboard and Top Case Replacement

Recently, the newer macbook models had butterfly keyboards some of which had unexpected behaviors where the letters or characters sometimes repeated, did not appear, did not respond in a consistent manner. This can happen if you spilled liquid on your keyboard, if it got exposed to any other liquids or if any of the keys got stuck.

You can use our services to repair your Macbook keyboard and top case replacement. Some common causes for the failure of the Macbook keyboard are:-

  • Accidental spill of liquid over the computer while consuming beverages.
  • Damage in transit.
  • Failure due to moisture caused due to improper care and maintenance like cleaning with wet or unclean cloth or not allowing it to dry properly before storing it.
  • The Macbook glass can be damaged by applying pressure on it or due to impact from external objects like in case of dropping the laptop.
  • There is a high chance of damaging the keyboard when there is some liquid spilled over the laptop. In that case further diagnostic is required as it might be something in the logic board.Macbook key replacement Frisco

Ifixly provides services to replace your keys with a brand new one . Ifixly offers a wide range of key types which you can choose from to replace your broken key.

Related Models:

  • Mac Pro: A1993, A1186, A1289, A1481, A1991, A2304
  • Macbook: A1181, A1278, A1534, A1342
  • Macbook Pro: A1278, A1425, A1502, A1708, A1706, A1989, A2159, A2289, A2251, A1150, A1211, A1226, A1260, A1286, A1398, A1990, A2141, A1151, A1212, A1229, A1261, A1297
  • Macbook Air: A1237, A1304, A1370, A1369, A1465, A1466, A1932, A2179


  1. What is a keyboard replacement?
    A keyboard replacement is when you replace the existing keyboard on your Macbook with a new one.
  2. Why would you need to replace your keyboard?There are a few reasons why you might need to replace your keyboard, such as if it is damaged, not working properly, or you simply want to upgrade to a new one.
  3. How do I know if I need a keyboard and top case replacement?
    If your MacBook isn’t responding to presses on the keyboard, or the keys are feeling “sticky” or hard to press, it’s likely time for a replacement. Likewise, if the top case of your MacBook is cracked or damaged, it will need to be replaced.