Restoring rubber keyboard on a logic analyzer
alexandre.tabajara at gmail.com
Wed May 2 13:34:52 CDT 2018
http://tabalabs.com.br/videogames/atari/controle_5200/ - that is how I
solved this problem
2018-05-02 15:02 GMT-03:00 Paul Koning via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org>:
> > On Apr 29, 2018, at 11:44 PM, Tony Duell via cctalk <
> cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> > ...
> > It's not cheap (and IIRC you have to use the whole lot in one go), but
> > Chemtronics make a kit to repair such keypads. Possibly worth it for
> > a useful instrument though.
> > In the UK you can get it here :
> > https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/conductive-adhesives/3888673/
> > and I guess it's also available across the Pond.
> > -tony
> It is, and for less money. The various electronic and industrial supply
> outlets carry it, for example Newark, Digikey, and MSC Direct. Digikey
> sells it for $23, that's significantly better than 23 pounds...
> The Aquadag approach looks interesting, but that may not be as reliable.
> That seems to be a conductive coating intended for rigid objects like CRTs,
> as opposed to a substance intended to repair rubber keypads.
> So if my graphite cure doesn't last, it sounds like the Chemtronics
> products is the next answer.
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