This is absolutely NOT how you do this step. I've done several of these. You need to use a guitar pick or credit card and start at the bottom clip just to the left of the space bar trying to release that clip then work your way to the right and left releasing the clips. DON'T START AT THE TOP OR SIDES. YOU WILL ONLY BE WASTING YOUR TIME. The top part of this keyboard does not contain clips that can be released. Instead the top contains metal tabs that slide into slots. Each side has one clip, but it's easier to start where I said. Once you release all the plastic clips on the bottom then the one on each side, you can slide the top portion of the keyboard right out. You have to be patient with the plastic clips on the bottom and sides though. Make sure you use a non-marring tool like a plastic guitar pick or a credit card instead of something metal that will just scratch up everything and make it look terrible.
You have to read my comment right above and detach the keyboard from the palmrest on the underside by prying off the dinky little clips holding the keyboard to the palmrest . Then you'd be able to clean the keyboard as it would be free from the palmrest. Then you'd have to reassemble it with a soldering rod. Good luck. This is why HP sells the keyboard and palmrest as one piece for this laptop. It's a difficult job to separate the two and as if not more difficult reassembling it.
You only need to remove ONE screw in this step not six since there are only two screws holding the bottom side of the keyboard in place. One of these screws is removed from the bottom case, and the other is inside just to the left of the motherboard in the middle. There is no need to remove the motherboard, hdd and heat sink in order to replace the keyboard in this laptop. Don't know what the author is trying to do here.
you have to pry off like 50 stupid dinky little rubber clips from the underside of the palmrest that hold the keyboard onto the palmrest. then insert your new keyboard and solder it on to the bottom side of the palmrest. I used the little rubber clips as solder when I replaced a non-backlit keyboard for a backlit one on a pavilion x360. it’s tedious, and you do need a soldering rod.
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