Originally Posted by skupples
but won't fix it, or send/sell any additional replacement switches, unless I buy a full kit. (squeaky stabs are the most infuriating sensation ever. n no, lubing doesn't help a tolerance issue)
Think most Manufacturers won't lift a single finger to help you here, in regards to any Stabilizer and/or Switch noise.
Have bought some Filcos, Leopolds, Custom Korean, Custom Chinese, custom Italian, custom German and even Israeli Keyboards here and ALL of them, won't do anything about their squeaky switches or stabs.
It's my problem only, hence I was forced to oil the stabs myself. Some where absolute failures others have worked whilst some had no effect whatsoever. The switches were more of a disaster because they had to be de-soldered and get new switches to replace. Took a long time to fix their mess from the factory.
So it will always come down to you to help yourself, irrespective to the amount of dollars thrown at any keyboard their manufacturers don't care. It's the 2020 rule of retail, get your money and send out faulty gear for you to tolerate and eventually fix out of your own pocket.