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Corsair k65 rgb and ducky one 2 tkl

So I have a corsair k65 or had a corsair k65 and now I have a ducky one 2 tkl and the k65 works well the switches work but the keyboard doesn’t so my question is what type of mounts so the corsair k65 switches use because I wanna know if it work going and getting the keyboard out so I can use the switches on my other keyboard (not a ducky one)

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This was incredibly hard to read... But are you asking how you can remove the switches from the K65?
You have to disassemble the board and desolder them from the other side. They are plate mounted, but of course held with the PCB too.

This should give you an idea of how that kinda goes:

 

What I would recommend though, take some keycaps off the Ducky and see how the K65 types now. Maybe it's not the plate, but rather the keycaps that you dislike.

"We're all in this together, might as well be friends" Tom, Toonami.

Sorry if my post seemed rude, that is never my intention.

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Are the punctuation keys what are broken on your K65?

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Nah what I wanna do is salvage the switches and re use them but as described idk if I wanna do a bunch of soldering

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3 minutes ago, drake19899 said:

Nah what I wanna do is salvage the switches and re use them but as described idk if I wanna do a bunch of soldering

Why not return the One 2 TKL and get one with the switches you want?

:)

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