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post #51 of 85
Dang very nice this makes me want to get a g15 again, i took my old one apart which was a stupid idea since that keyboard is so nice,
    
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post #52 of 85
Great job man I love my g15 v1 wish I had the skill, and balls, to paint it.
Also what is the screen a 24"?
post #53 of 85
Very Very nice, beats my plain orange v2 one lol
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post #54 of 85
Damn, hell of a job you did there OP. I wish I had the skills to mod my keyboard like you did.
post #55 of 85
Have you taken apart a G11 before? I was wondering if changing the LEDs was just as simple with the G11 as with the G15 - I wanted to switch from Blue LEDs to Green.

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post #56 of 85
I want to rip my g15 v1 apart to clean it but I'm terrified because if I break it you can't replace them =/
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post #57 of 85
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Originally Posted by DAE_JA_VOO View Post
Changing the LEDs is very very easy. You just heat up the solder on the underside of the PCB and pull the old ones out, and then just resolder the new ones in place.

The old ones:





My new ones:





I'll post a guide sometime within the next few days for you guys




LOL thanks Kenny Anderson Pro Model



So, i have the general idea, now after looking at the picture of where i put the leds in, one question, is there anything on that circuit board that shows where the pos prong goes, and where the neg one goes? if not can ya help, a drawing on a napkin will help me right now lol
post #58 of 85
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So, i have the general idea, now after looking at the picture of where i put the leds in, one question, is there anything on that circuit board that shows where the pos prong goes, and where the neg one goes? if not can ya help, a drawing on a napkin will help me right now lol
You can try to see where the red and black wire goes to on the circuit board. The red wire is + and the black wire is -. If you can get a multimeter, you can use that to check too.
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post #59 of 85
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So, i have the general idea, now after looking at the picture of where i put the leds in, one question, is there anything on that circuit board that shows where the pos prong goes, and where the neg one goes? if not can ya help, a drawing on a napkin will help me right now lol
Yes, there is. Take a very close look at the pictures DAE_JA_VOO provided-- See how there seems to be a white + sign under the LEDs? Both pictures you can sort of see it. A lot of LED slots on keyboards have markings like that (mine does; I have a Merc Stealth) actually.

Another giveaway is seeing a resistor attached to a trace that leads to the LEDs.

If you need a detailed guide on swapping out LEDs, check my "Mod Your Merc Stealth!" link in my sig. It shows how to replace the caps lock (etc) LEDs, and the same process would be used on version 1 of the Logitech G15 keyboard.
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post #60 of 85
Dennisc, timxirish thanks a ton, i think its safe to say, im 100% ready for the mod, im still kinda new here, but ill post pics of it
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