1. snowsquirrel's Avatar
    The N key on my keyboard has lost all of it's travel. It still works, but just has no feedback. It causes a number of typing issues, and N and comma are pretty common .

    My launch PRIV had a spacebar like this, and and I ended up returning it. I am beyond my replacement warranty now, so wondering if there is a know DIY fix for this, or if it has happened to anyone else.

    Thanks.
    11-11-16 01:27 AM
  2. FF22's Avatar
    The N key on my keyboard has lost all of it's travel. It still works, but just has no feedback. It causes a number of typing issues, and N and comma are pretty common .

    My launch PRIV had a spacebar like this, and and I ended up returning it. I am beyond my replacement warranty now, so wondering if there is a know DIY fix for this, or if it has happened to anyone else.

    Thanks.
    You mean you've had the device for one year or that interim period when the carrier/seller will exchange, like within the first 30 days? Warranty should run a year.

    Let's see if anyone knows how to dig into the keyboard's hardware - successfully.
    11-11-16 01:50 AM
  3. snowsquirrel's Avatar
    ****, I got mine launch day... and did an exchange about a couple weeks later. I must be a day or two from my year being up. I better heads into telus.
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    11-11-16 01:53 AM
  4. Q10Bold's Avatar
    Oh man
    ...
    Double typing on the Priv?!

    Posted via CB10
    11-11-16 02:58 AM

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