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Ok so it "died", keypresses all the time, like a stuck key. I tried to clean it, got mad and threw it away. I thought "Cherry MX" was specific type, turns out it has colors...
So the only identifier now is its box which has on it:
dksh1408sd-cilalaabr1
HDAEB10780

Anyone got any idea which switch this is? There's no serial like that in google, the closest is dksh1408sd-cjnalaabr1 which is blue and I'm thinking that physically the switches were colored red/brown. I did take caps off to clean it once before.
 

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what's the stem color? that's most likely the switch type.
 

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Sadly the keyboard is in trash since ~May, can't look at it anymore. Only hope is someone with same keyboard and serial on it.
 

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Sadly the keyboard is in trash since ~May, can't look at it anymore. Only hope is someone with same keyboard and serial on it.
I may be missing something here but I have to ask you, if you threw the keyboard away why do you need another switch?
 

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I may be missing something here but I have to ask you, if you threw the keyboard away why do you need another switch?
Ah, sorry for that. I want to buy new keyboard with same switches! :)
Just don't want to get something with switches I don't like. Before Ducky I had logitech mech keyboard for couple weeks and it was terrible, so from that comes the reason to know which switches it had.
 
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