[SUPPORT VIDEO] How to Fix a Razer Keyboard with Spamming Issues

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Dekades, Jun 10, 2021.

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  1. Dekades

    Dekades Community Cowboy Staff Member

    This video will show you how to fix a Razer keyboard with spamming issues. A Razer keyboard that spams keys or does not register input when pressed can be due to a faulty switch or other hardware issues, faulty firmware, driver or the device is in "Demo Mode."

    Please note that any damages caused by upgrading or modifying your Razer product are not covered by Razer's Warranty Policy. For more information, see Razer's Warranty Policy.

    Visit the Support Page: Keys on Razer keyboard are physically stuck, sticky, loose, unresponsive, spamming, or repeating when pressed

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  2. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I thought the job involved more hands on labour~~~
    like, remove the keycaps, fidget with the key switches~~~

    Quite simple and easy job!

    How about, cleaning the Blade keyboard?
    We accidently spill things on Blade (coffee, soft drink etc); maybe a guide on how to clean the blade keyboard?
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2021
  3. I.Nix

    I.Nix Well-Known Member

  4. JETventureBurntUmber522

    JETventureBurntUmber522 Well-Known Member

    Very helpful, thanks again
  5. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    You can also try using isopropyl alcohol and cleaning the switch housing around, also pouring a bit of it into the switch.
    If this doesn't helps - only solder a new switch.
  6. Legend15879

    Legend15879 Active Member

    This actually happened to my other keyboard (not from razer), and cleaning it solved the issue, thanks great vid.
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  7. bizWeldonBluetools832

    bizWeldonBluetools832 Well-Known Member

    what?! KBs can have that issue?
    I never could have imagined!
    That speaks miles of how forward-looking and thoughtful are the troubleshooting videos from team Green!
  8. bSteakkk

    bSteakkk Well-Known Member

    Hope my huntsman TE doesnt bump with this issue
    bizWeldonBluetools832 likes this.
  9. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    I am very lucky that I haven't experienced this issue for now.
    bizWeldonBluetools832 likes this.
  10. Timothy321

    Timothy321 Well-Known Member

    Hunstman TE actuation level is too sensitive and that's why it is the easiest product happens
  11. TimRs

    TimRs Well-Known Member

    Why these issues will happen for a premium keyboards?
  12. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Because parts get worn over time, and they'll break. Sometimes electronics can be dead on arrival (and it's happening).
    Why does Mercedes or BMW breaks? They're premium too.
  13. FaezzulFarhan

    FaezzulFarhan Well-Known Member

    Very helpful video ! Thank you and keep it up RAZER !
  14. RacianVD

    RacianVD Well-Known Member

    Nice tutorial!
  15. xert13

    xert13 Member

    It would deffo be a shame if our keyboards stopped working :slightly_sad:
  16. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    I hope I won't need it, but thanks.
  17. aiyionman

    aiyionman Well-Known Member

    Thanks Razer!
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  18. deefsea

    deefsea Well-Known Member

    Is it just me or is the smell of isopropyl like a G&T trigger for folks?
  19. Natachat90

    Natachat90 Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Hello Friends,

    Thank Razer Support. :blush:
  20. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes please! We need an official guide on dealing with potential liquid damage!
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