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used 99% isopropyl alcohol fixed my K95 chattering issues but made it slightly harder to press

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is it possible to relube it somehow without desoldering or will i have to live with it? cant rma cus warranity is out

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Switches, faders, tuners, and other electronics with moving parts need at least a little lubrication. Sounds like the alcohol washed away whatever lubricant the factory put on.

 

This stuff is amazing on switches, faders, and tuners:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/431477-REG/Hosa_Technology_F100L_L25C_DeoxIt_Fader_Lubricant.html

 

Yes $20 seems like a lot for a small bottle, but it will last you for years.

 

If you already have something like silicone spray (or can find it locally), try putting a tiny bit around the key stem. Don't use anything petroleum-based, like WD-40, Goof Off, or Liquid Wrench. They'll eat some plastics and you'll have to replace the whole switch.

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40 minutes ago, Needfuldoer said:

Switches, faders, tuners, and other electronics with moving parts need at least a little lubrication. Sounds like the alcohol washed away whatever lubricant the factory put on.

 

This stuff is amazing on switches, faders, and tuners:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/431477-REG/Hosa_Technology_F100L_L25C_DeoxIt_Fader_Lubricant.html

 

Yes $20 seems like a lot for a small bottle, but it will last you for years.

 

If you already have something like silicone spray (or can find it locally), try putting a tiny bit around the key stem. Don't use anything petroleum-based, like WD-40, Goof Off, or Liquid Wrench. They'll eat some plastics and you'll have to replace the whole switch.

i cant find those in here https://www.tokopedia.com/gammaprinting/gamma-premium-mechanical-keyboard-switch-lube-10-gr-15-gr?src=topads can this do?

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