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Thread: How hard is it to install replacement silicon pads?

  
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    killahcheese is offline -Hacks Veteran
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    For the buttons that aren't very sensitive../


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    B D09 is offline -Hacks Enthusiast
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    shouldn't be to hard, just take off the faceplate and they are right there

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    Vaughan14 is offline -Hacks Guru
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    Very easy.

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    Piece of piss. But I don't think it will help - maybe just clean your existing ones with contact cleaner?

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    it should be easy to replace those. i used to do that shit all the time inbetween classes during highschool.
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    this is done by putting it BELOW YOUR BUTTONS right?

    this will make the buttons MORE SENSITIVE, right?

    anyone got the link for step by step

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    By the time you get your faceplate off, you'll know :mrgreenthumbsup:

    The silicone pads practically fall out! Clean up the connectors with a cotton bud or whatever, and replace! Simpl.

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    cotton buds = more dust no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by killahcheese
    cotton buds = more dust no?
    lol, probably... Seemed to work for me though - give 'em a blow before you slip 'em back in!

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    a blow? i think i would get compressed air then =P

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