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  1. Need replacement for my CORSAIR K70 RGB A S D keys that became damaged (still usable) and look bad. Went through CORSAIR support (nice guy!) but told my key board was at the end of its life! and no key are available! Wow, really my keyboard is well taken care of, not abused, and I wish they would have said it only last a few years! They told me the switches were good for what a million presses? Bottom line does anyone have any idea on where to get replacements for those three keys for a keyboard I dearly love.... its the A S D keys. Thanks! Bill W:sunglasse
  2. So I've had a Corsair K70 LUX Red for about 3 years now, always been very happy with it. However about 2 days ago I left my computer in sleep mode for a few hours (which I never do) and ever since I rebooted after that, a number of keys have stopped working. Namely the F4, 4, R, F and C keys (using an on-screen keyboard for those atm). I've tried a soft-reset, rebooting my computer, using the keyboard in BIOS mode, plugging the USB out and in again, using the keyboard on a different computer, removing the keycaps and just using extra force but nothing works. I'm afraid there's just something wrong with the board since all the broken keys are in the same column more or less. Hopefully somebody has an idea of what else I can try, otherwise I'll have to buy a new one.
  3. I hope someone out there in Corsairland can help me. I have the K70 RGB Lux. All was working fine until the other day when my keyboard was acting as if I was pressing several keys at the same time. Using a keyboard tester, the keys are: F11 F12 Enter, print screen, insert, home and # and ]. I have tried various fixes but nothing has fixed it. I have Removed the keys to clean it Plugged in different USB Changed bios Soft reset (ESC key for 5 seconds) Turned lighting on and off Nothing seems to have fixed it so I am back to my old keyboard. :bigeyes::bigeyes: Would anyone have any advice? Thanks! SpaceMoo.
  4. Hi, I have had this keyboard a while now (2-3 years), recently I have noticed that the media keys only work intermittently. All the individual buttons work at times, but for some reason they will take a while to respond or not work at all, then other times it's 100% fine which leads me to think it's a driver issue. Making the whole matter even more baffling is that the volume wheel always works :confused: Windows 10 btw.
  5. I want to paint the sides of my keycaps, and I know that taking off keycaps doesn't void your warranty. But, I wanted to know if painting your keycaps is fine, seeing as you aren't 'harming' or taking apart the keyboard itself.
  6. I've had this keyboard for about three weeks and absolutely love it. I've had zero issues until last night, when it suddenly started pressing random keys mid game. I unplugged the keyboard, used computer duster (compressed air) to clean out any keys and tried again but to no avail. I removed the keycaps, but nothing visibly seems to be wrong. When I move the switch on the back from bios to no bios the keyboard works, but without any of my LED settings. To be clear, when any of the bios options are switched to, my LED functionality comes back but my keyboard begins to constantly press certain keys, mainly "8, u, i, and 9". these are relatively close to eachother so i dont know if they are a related issue. I don't mind using the keyboard without and LED functions/ in non bios mode, but i am curious if this is a common issue or if there is something wrong with the hardware itself. Any bit of advice helps.
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