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blackwidow v3 tenkeyless typing some keys twice

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by Zorihon, Sep 26, 2020.

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  1. Zorihon

    Zorihon New Member

    i recently purhcased the blackwidow v3 tenkeyless and ffor a few hours it was working fine and then it started typing most keys twice, im not quite sure how to fix this and its quite annoying in games
     
  2. azithro

    azithro Member

    common problem with black-widow.


    • The only thing you need is 99% isopropyl alcohol,
    • Next step is to just unplug the keyboard and take out the keycap of the switch that is malfunctioning.
    • Then you just have to pour some alcohol in the switch.
    • after that, just put the keycap back on.
    • Start tapping it multiple times quickly, and just keep doing it for a while.
    • After the keyboard is satisfied with your tapping skills, just lay it down, and let the alcohol dry out, about15 minutes.
    • You could also try blowing into the switch with compressed air.
    • And now test if it still has this issue.
     
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  3. Zorihon

    Zorihon New Member

    how much am i supposed to poor?
     
  4. azithro

    azithro Member

    fill the gap, it does no damage to electronic parts, do not worry, keep pushing the switch up n down, and go for 5-10 drops. ( do not ask me the size of drops :big_grin_:, it does not really matter since it has no harm, but do not sink the board :big_grin_::big_grin_::big_grin_:o_Oo_O:smile_:
     
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  5. Zorihon

    Zorihon New Member

    ok so i did it aand some keys are fixed but ceertaain keys got a bit worse
     
  6. azithro

    azithro Member

    for worse keys you may reapat the progress or
    The best way is to replace "Razer green switches" with "Cherry MX blue".
    The Razer Green switch is roughly equivalent to the Cherry MX Blue, except that it has a slightly higher actuation point and shorter reset distance, which is supposed to reduce inherent lag of your finger accelerating and decelerating when you move it.

    Cherry is the best :big_grin_::cool_::big_grin_::big_grin_:Sorry RAZER :big_grin_::big_grin_:
     
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