3038 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Sep 2, 2008 12:53 PM by JGAppleID
Hi. BDAqua's sound advice will identify whether or not the keyboard itself is at fault. If by this means you discover that your iBook keyboard is faulty or if you want to go straight to a KB replacement instructions for removal/replacement can be found here:
It is not a difficult job and Apple wouldn't have published the instructions if they didn't think that the procedure was fairly simple. If you have mastered the complexities of the small plastic springs, clips etc. beneath the spacebar you are well able to cope with a KB replacement.
I don't know whether Apple sales still stock these, you could enquire at the office that deals with your area. They regularly come up for sale on eBay, just make sure that you get a like for like replacement and from a reputable seller with good feedback.
iFixit.com and welovemacs.com are two other, amongst many, sources that you might like to investigate. iFixit also have instructions on their website.