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I wonder why this "S" key isn't working...


Edit: Not my keyboard.
Rosewill RK-9000 of my friends, Cherry MX Reds.

... I should probably check out mine at some point here redface.gif
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My D key started repeating and then just quit working. Unfortunately something wrong with the switch, fortunately I had some extra. Esc also wasn't working but I just copied Jixr's jumper wires and got it working with my own wire. Now it's all good again. redface.gif

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My D key started repeating and then just quit working. Unfortunately something wrong with the switch, fortunately I had some extra. Esc also wasn't working but I just copied Jixr's jumper wires and got it working with my own wire. Now it's all good again. redface.gif


Wow.
Those are some very big solder joints.

But, glad to hear you worked it out.

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Hm, i had issues with the esc key, but just re-flowed the solder and it was working for me, but either way, glad you got it working.
i remember why i don't like reddits mech page. Post a few pictures of my old boards, and i'm flooded with pms of where to buy stuff, will i sell my stuff, how do i do this, how do i do that.. blah blah blah.

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Wow.
Those are some very big solder joints.

But, glad to hear you worked it out.

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Normally my solder wouldn't look so bad but I had so many problems with the board that I'm just glad it works. tongue.gif
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Normally my solder wouldn't look so bad but I had so many problems with the board that I'm just glad it works. tongue.gif

Oh, by all means. If it works, it works. It's not like the solder is on the outside of the board. tongue.gif


On the side note:

I can hardly stand it to wait longer for buying my first mech board. This € 10 Logitech board is starting to annoy me. Though it works.
Have to wait for the release of the Shine 5. I really need to hold myself down not to buy another board instead. biggrin.gif

Do you guys agree on my idea? Not buying an Quickfire XTi or an older Ducky to wait for the Shine 5.

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well, you'll probably be waiting awhile, i guarantee once they become in stock at MK they will sell out within a day.

But just wait, don't spend your money on something you don't want.

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Get yourself a 60% while you wait for a ducky shine 5, they're nice
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well, you'll probably be waiting awhile, i guarantee once they become in stock at MK they will sell out within a day.

But just wait, don't spend your money on something you don't want.

My idea.
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Get yourself a 60% while you wait for a ducky shine 5, they're nice

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well, you'll probably be waiting awhile, i guarantee once they become in stock at MK they will sell out within a day.

But just wait, don't spend your money on something you don't want.

My idea.
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Get yourself a 60% while you wait for a ducky shine 5, they're nice

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aren't they? the potato pick doesn't do it justice though
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