Question about Saitek Eclipse II
I had the same problem when i got the keyboard. In my case, it was because the tiny metal bar that is supposed to transfer the pressure from the right and left sides of the bar to the mittle was not attached correctly.
I removed all the screws from the back of the keyboard (note that there are screws underneath the rubber pads, but don't worry about them, they will stick to the keyboard again) and lifted off the top (including the keys). Then i could pop off the space bar from behind (didn't work for me otherwise... maybe it is possible to pop it off without removing all the screws) and correctly insert the metal bar into the mounting.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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