[sdiy] Chemtronics Rubber Keypad Repair Kit, was: Roland JP-6 / juno 60 LFO trigger button

mark verbos mverbos at earthlink.net
Wed May 6 21:42:42 CEST 2009

I just lined up several repairs for the same session. Then throw away  
what's left.

It's good for me because it forces me to get rid of it rather than  
hoarding it like everything else that I'm not using. ;)


On May 6, 2009, at 7:57 AM, Florian Anwander wrote:

> Hello Mark
> thanks for sharing your experience. I meanwhile I found a place here  
> in Munich to buy it. The only thing that frightens me: the manual  
> says, that you can use it only for 3 hours after mixing the  
> ingredients.
> Do you have any experience with using after a longer time?
> Florian
>> I've used this several times with success. I repaired a few MMT-8's  
>> keys, a poly-800 keyboard or two, a Digital Piano keyboard (I  
>> forget the model, but a big expensive one that a cat had peed on).  
>> I son't know if it would work for the kind of button you see in a  
>> Juno though. It's good for the ones where a graphite backed rubber  
>> pad touches a PCB pad.
>> Mark
>> On May 4, 2009, at 4:49 AM, Florian Anwander wrote:
>>> http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail&name=CW2605-ND 
>>>  Can anyone share his experience with it?

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