It's very involved. If I was to replace that part, I'd have to get the client to sign off that this repair may fail as in result in a dead laptop.
I spilled coffee on my Dell Inspiron 13 7347 (end of 2015 model), and some keys are stuck. I ordered a new keyboard-only replacement but cannot figure out how to replace the keyboard only, without the palm rest or frame. I removed nearly everything from the inside of the laptop and there is no visible way to remove the old keyboard and put in the new one. Several places online sell the keyboard-only replacement, as well as, the keyboard frame with palm set, but I cannot find anything explaining how to replace it. How do you replace the keyboard on the Dell Inspiron 13 7347 keyboard?