Studiologic SL-880


happyrat1

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Studiologic uses Fatar Keybeds.

Here's a video to help give you an idea how to proceed.


Is the key physically broken or is it just not making any sound?

Gary ;)
 
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Here's another video that may help.

Please post in the original thread instead of private msg.


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Studiologic uses Fatar Keybeds.

Here's a video to help give you an idea how to proceed.


Is the key physically broken or is it just not making any sound?

Gary ;)
the key is physically broken in the front of it. This video is very interesting but is not for my keyboard.
 

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First of all you're not going to find anything specific about repairing your model.

Secondly, like I said, all Studiologic keyboards are built with Fatar Keybeds. In fact Studiologic is owned by Fatar.

Thirdly, the first video toward the end shows you exactly how to remove and replace a key.

Lastly if you require any further handholding when it comes to repairing your board my advice is to suck up the cost and take it to a repair shop.

Regards,

Gary ;)
 
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If the key is broken in the front ( not sure what front really means) have you tried some sort of an epoxy?
 

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