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Corsair Keyboard Issue

So I’ve had a Corsair k95 plat, I enddd up returning it because my left shift key felt extremely odd and not mechanical, so I got different switches next time around, and a different kB. I got a k70 mk2 cherry mx red. But again, some of my keys feel like they’re mushy or something. So I know it’s not a defect because it’s happened twice.

 

My question, does Corsair use O-Rings on some of their keys? Is there a way to fix this?

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no o rings, in general the bigger keys are a bit mushier, as i think they have 2 metal springs, to help support the weight of the larger key, try taking it off.

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1 hour ago, Firewrath9 said:

no o rings, in general the bigger keys are a bit mushier, as i think they have 2 metal springs, to help support the weight of the larger key, try taking it off.

Try taking off the springs? Or the keycap?

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26 minutes ago, DirtyKeyboard said:

Try taking off the springs? Or the keycap?

keycap and look at it and see if you get it. Honestly, if its just a shift, key, I'd ignore it.

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