Question about Saitek Eclipse II
For some reason, the t and the y started requiring more pressure to get them to type the letter. I keep having to go back and type in the T's and Y's. They work, the just require more pressure that normally used when typing.
It's a design fault - I opened it up to have a look and the bottom plastic plate cracks after just a few week's use.
I suggest a) another non-Saitek keyboard or stiffening the bottom plate somehow.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
You're not the only one to experience this problem... I too have the same problem and it's EXTREMELY annoying when typing, as I'm a fast typer as it is and I'm constantly having to go back to type in the missing letters!
I've tried popping out all the keys to wash them but to no avail. Unfortunately, it looks like a design fault or something if more than one person are experiencing it.
It's a real shame because it's an excellent keyboard!
My keyboard is approximately 6 to 8 weeks old!!
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
What kind of keyboard are you using?? is it from a laptop or pc? if it is an external keyboard, try to detatch the y and t keys from the keyboard using anything that is thin (eg. knife, pen, etc.). clean it... and put it back by just pushing it back..
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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