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Re: Keyboard fixer
« Reply #30 on: 2016.February.27. 16:28:56 »
In my EP fixer a fit and case closed without a problem.

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Re: Keyboard fixer
« Reply #31 on: 2016.February.27. 16:31:47 »
Yes, I was able to fit and close the case, too.

But somehow the suspicion is raised ... maybe it is too close ... but I did not see, and I did not measeure or dissassembly again because of it ...
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Re: Keyboard fixer
« Reply #32 on: 2016.February.27. 16:35:34 »
If the fixer entered to an end in the nest, it is OK, and the keyboard tape can move freely between fixer and housing.

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Re: Keyboard fixer
« Reply #33 on: 2016.February.27. 16:39:39 »
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If the fixer entered to an end in the nest, it is OK, and the keyboard tape can move freely between fixer and housing.

Okay, next time I will pulling/pushing the keyboard tape verifying that, thanks. (Now I do not disassembly only for this.)
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Re: Keyboard fixer
« Reply #34 on: 2016.February.27. 17:47:18 »
May be, it is a fact, that in a steady and "normal"use the error has not been detected in thirty years....

But when I am testing an artefact's operation I like to try all possibilities of use. Is for that I discovered the glitch in the movement of the pointer when some keys where pressed. Then Pear explained why it happened and figured out this fixer.