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Mapping HP-15C LE faulty keys - Reth - 10-03-2011

I'm curious if faulty keys are related to their position in relation to the heat stakes. Please indicate which key/s are faulty.

Mine has faulty [.] key




Re: Mapping HP-15C LE faulty keys - Marcus von Cube, Germany - 10-04-2011

[x] - Seems to have gotten much better with time and some contact cleaner.


Re: Mapping HP-15C LE faulty keys - Miguel Toro - 10-04-2011

[10^x] and [GSB] in my unit. As Marcus, mine seems getting better with usage.

Edited: 4 Oct 2011, 6:48 a.m.


Re: Mapping HP-15C LE faulty keys - Paul Gaster - 10-04-2011

If you look back at the older threads about the keyboards most people listed what key was bad, if they had a bad one.


Re: Mapping HP-15C LE faulty keys - Miguel Toro - 10-04-2011

Hi Marcus,

Could you explain how to use the contact cleaner? The only way is then to open the unit?

Thanks Miguel


Re: Mapping HP-15C LE faulty keys - Marcus von Cube, Germany - 10-04-2011

I just pushed the key top a bit down and sprayed a tiny amount of cleaner in the gap. Then I agitated the key repeatedly for some time.