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  • eslapion
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    This service is no longer offered!

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  • eslapion
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    Originally posted by FastRobPlus View Post
    Are you still offering this service Eslapion?
    Yes I am. Please PM me!

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  • FastRobPlus
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    Are you still offering this service Eslapion?

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  • eslapion
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    Another SX-64 keyboard brought back to life...

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  • eslapion
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    Originally posted by jxyzn View Post
    I'll be PMing you! I've got an SX where most of the F-keys don't work, even after a good cleaning.
    PM replied!

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  • jxyzn
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    I'll be PMing you! I've got an SX where most of the F-keys don't work, even after a good cleaning.

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  • eslapion
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    UPDATE:

    In cases of severe damage to the membrane, I can now replace the PCB of the keyboard with one which doesn't need the membrane at all.

    Preliminary pricing information is 50$US plus cost of return shipping, to be finalized in the next few weeks.

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  • Rejuvenation service for SX-64 keyboards and membranes

    I use special chemicals to rejuvenate the contacts of SX-64 keyboard membranes with silver based flexible rubber as well as conductive nickel paint to repair damaged traces.

    I did a similar treatment back in 2006 to the special PET style keyboard of my VIC-20 and it still works like new (10 years after) !

    Asking 30$US plus cost of return shipping.

    I ask for payment only once the job is done and tested!

    I guarantee your keyboard will work like a brand new one for at least 3 years.


    I can also perform rejuvenation treatments on normal C64 and VIC-20 keyboards and the price varies depending on the type of problem and the revision of your keyboard.

    Please note:
    I do NOT use cheap remote control button contact fixers - these use cyanoacrylate which will crack and fall off.
    Last edited by eslapion; 13 May 2016, 15:50.
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