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In case anyone needs to fix an Omron D2FC-F-7N micro-switch using this method, here's a reference picture I took of an opened, brand new (never clicked) micro-switch:



I couldn't find a good picture on the Internet, so I took this one myself when my new micro-switch arrived (eBay). It clearly shows the ideal bending angle of the internal spring.

Hopefully this will help someone else in the future...

EDIT: Highest resolution I have. Click to enlarge, and click "Original" to see full 1100x1100 image.
Edited by vittau - 5/26/13 at 9:00am
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Higher resolution? Closer shot?
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Originally Posted by vittau View Post

In case anyone needs to fix an Omron D2FC-F-7N micro-switch using this method, here's a reference picture I took of an opened, brand new (never clicked) micro-switch:


I couldn't find a good picture on the Internet, so I took this one myself when my new micro-switch arrived (eBay). It clearly shows the ideal bending angle of the internal spring.

Hopefully this will help someone else in the future...

EDIT: Highest resolution I have. Click to enlarge, and click "Original" to see full 1100x1100 image.

vittau i rarelly log and post on sites but i wanted to say that your picture really helped me a lot. thank you man.
i never opened a microswitch before and when i opened both of them springs came off so i had no idea how to assemble them. man so easy yet so hard to do unless you see it smile.gif

thanks again mate

edit* oh btw, i needed this for a deathadder i have, thought it was a gonner, now it's better than new. so happy. smile.gif
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Is that an original one 100% ? because I noticed there are some with different letters font.
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Thanks for the picture. I'm looking for omron switches to install into my steelseries sensei so I figured I'd ask this thread. Will any omron work for the sensei or does it have to be a specific model? Also is there a specific vendor on eBay that sells legit omrons made in Japan? Thanks for your expertise!!
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Thanks for the picture. I'm looking for omron switches to install into my steelseries sensei so I figured I'd ask this thread. Will any omron work for the sensei or does it have to be a specific model? Also is there a specific vendor on eBay that sells legit omrons made in Japan? Thanks for your expertise!!
Any standard mouse size micro switch will do. The only real difference between them is the build quality and feel. I'd go for the d2fc-f-7n(20m) if you want similar feel to the ones in now. Way more rough bust than the standard 5m ones. All Chinese sellers that I got from (cherries,omrons,huanos and other switches) sold me legit ones.
Edited by Soo8 - 2/4/16 at 12:24pm
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Originally Posted by Soo8 View Post

Any standard mouse size micro switch will do. The only real difference between them is the build quality and feel. I'd go for the d2fc-f-7n(20m) if you want similar feel to the ones in now. Way more rough bust than the standard 5m ones. All Chinese sellers that I got from (cherries,omrons,huanos and other switches) sold me legit ones.

Are the 20m (million clicks) really hold that ?
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As far as I personally tested, they are built to a higher standard, have better tolerances and have more consistent quality overall. I had 5m versions that last like a month, so it is worth getting the 20m just for consistency overtime. But I don't click as mush as other people, so I can't say about very longterm usage.
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As far as I personally tested, they are built to a higher standard, have better tolerances and have more consistent quality overall. I had 5m versions that last like a month, so it is worth getting the 20m just for consistency overtime. But I don't click as mush as other people, so I can't say about very longterm usage.

If I'm getting the 20m means I need to solder it anyhow, and not just replace the golden thing from above , right ?
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Yes. Soldering is the way to go. Also the metal spring plate is crimped on one of the pins.
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