The Topre nightmare continues i spend a good part of the day trying to fix my Topre keyboard without any luck..
Since the letter N and I started to misbehave , aka not feeling right and making strange noises i decided to pull the sheet from the board
I then preceded to carefully place the two large sheets and the smaller individual domes back making sure everything lines up correctly..Placed all the springs back...and started to screw in the silver screws and a couple of the black ones and i decided to test i there where any problems??
Well there was don't recall which key but one sounded absolutely awful i could even hear the spring..
So i reopened everything the only problem i could detect was that the two domes looked like thy didn't fit 100% no matter what i did they seem to be larger an overlapping at the top.. where both sheets meet..just the top..
Also every time i place the pcb back the screw holes don't align perfectly and then i need to lift the pcb up so it aligns perfectly ..that could be contributing to the problem...
The same thing happened the first couple of times when practically all domes where still glued to the pcb..
So final result.. i GAVE UP !!! i placed the domes back.. left the springs in a cup screwed all the damn screws back so i wouldn't loose them put my hasu controller in a ESD save bag and the board back in its box..
Im now typing on my to heavy mx-clear board.. thank god for cherry...i truly hope modding cherry isn't as difficult as TOPRE ..
So i could really use someone's help / advice.. should i cut sum corners where the dome sheet meet so that there is no overlap ? what am i doing wrong.. i was going to order sum BKE Redux Domes but to be honest i'm starting to get frustrated with Topre.. and i did spend loads of cash on this board and the controller..i think were well past the $300 mark.. adding the hypersphere rings plus superlube grease and superlube oil..pfff....