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dirby
Sep 21, 2004


1. I have a relatively cheap Cherry Blue keyboard (probably this one). I already had got it replaced under warranty when the E key started dying, and now, much later, the T key doesn't work consistently. It's a problem with the switch itself. What can be done besides replacing the whole keyboard? Is there a way to open/clean/replace the switch under the T keycap?

2. I have a Cherry Brown keyboard for general use that works well for most things, but for certain high speed/precision gaming it feels too slow to react, at least when releasing the keys. Would Red switches/some other kind of keys fix this, or am I just bad at games?

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dirby
Sep 21, 2004


surebet posted:

1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ja4U75kF1Jw

it's doable, especially if you already have the gear, otherwise it would be a nice foray into this kind of stuff.

2: if you want the absolute most twitchy stuff, reds, or better yet, mx speed.

Thanks! I don't actually have a soldering iron, but I'll either find someone who does or get one since they're apparently really cheap.

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