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did you receive the white or black model?
Black, I think the 2 at the end of the serial number is for black and 0 is white. Also I'll take some pics of the board tomorrow before I head in to work, just need to find my camera haha
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Black, I think the 2 at the end of the serial number is for black and 0 is white. Also I'll take some pics of the board tomorrow before I head in to work, just need to find my camera haha
oh. I like the white model.
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Black, I think the 2 at the end of the serial number is for black and 0 is white. Also I'll take some pics of the board tomorrow before I head in to work, just need to find my camera haha
may I ask where you live and the total price.
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Hey guys. What's the best way to take the key caps off a Deck. I need to give this a well deserved clean. The keys are real stiff kinda scared to exert too much force
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Hey guys. What's the best way to take the key caps off a Deck. I need to give this a well deserved clean. The keys are real stiff kinda scared to exert too much force
http://geekhack.org/showwiki.php?tit...t+Keys#Removal
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So essentially I just got to pull harder right? Thanks for the help
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the wire puller is highly favored. put the power in your wrist and pull.
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Hey guys. What's the best way to take the key caps off a Deck. I need to give this a well deserved clean. The keys are real stiff kinda scared to exert too much force
Yeah, for every key that doesn't have a stabilizer bar (like the Spacebar and Shift keys), just pull hard, and pull straight up following the tilt of the keyboard. The bigger keys that have stabilizer bars are a little bit more involved.
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I recently modded a Microsoft ergo 4k with cherry browns. Then i hacked it off to make it tenkeyless.
Recently tried to integrate a nostromo n50 in it, but i burnt out the board somehow, which is odd cuz i just modded a nostromo n52 with leftover cherry browns.
Currently my mod is 95% complete, i'm gonna try to mod a g15 into it (have one on order) gonna use microswitches and make use of the built in buttons of the msergo 4k (the empty spots) instead of modding in more cherry browns since these will just be quick macro keys i use for work and nothing to do really with typing.

I also dropped in an enter button in the middle cuz i had no use for the scroll and it seemed cool.

as with all mods, work in progress.

But yea i want to be part of the club!

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