I opened a keyboard to repair it as it was not working but after opening it, I am unable to fix it back. The plastic keys have come out of their original place and I have no idea how to fix them
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Use Google Image search to see where the keys are meant to go (for example, look at the placement of the R, E, G, R, E, T keys and so on).
You could probably Google for your exact keyboard model and get a picture. For me, that would be the Das Keyboard.
Although my keyboard might not be the best one to look at for key placement...