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Old 06-13-2013, 06:37 AM
Ajay373 Ajay373 is offline
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Default Second broken/faulty keyboard

A friend bought me this keyboard over Christmas as a present i had it for a week before it failed and i had to wait months for him to get around to returning it finally i got it back about a month ago fresh outta the box and this one is faulty too.

Things i have noticed i dont use the any of the function buttons or the corsair software for this k90 when i was troubleshooting the problems.

It seems like the keys stick alot when im playing games

1-4 keys keep switching weapons in multiple games
spacebar key sometimes sticks when im typing

also the down arrow led does not light up and hasnt worked since i took it out of the box also for a keyboard that cost me £90 + £40 shipping when i had to return it im really dissapointed that half the keys arent even straight im not sure if this is a process error because it looks like its the keycaps and not the actual switches on the keyboard that are misalaigned.

Im hoping if i have to send this back you guys can send me a k95 or something different / a refund because this keyboard has never worked properly since the day i bought it.

I managed to get the rma number from when my friend sent it back a few months ago.


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Old 06-13-2013, 07:02 AM
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Request a new RMA and in the description section tell them that this is a replacement keyboard. Include your previous RMA number as well.
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Old 06-13-2013, 08:48 AM
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my only problem is i dont wana spend another £40 without knowing that its going to be fixed properly.

if i send it back its going to be £80 ive waisted on sending a keyboard to be fixed twice....
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:40 PM
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Put in a new RMA and reference your previous RMA number. You won't have to pay for shipping again for a second replacement. We'll take care of it for you.
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