Inleiding

This guide will go over how to replace an LED on your CM Storm Quickfire Rapid keyboard.

  1. Insert the keycap puller around the key with the defective LED and pull upward.
    • Insert the keycap puller around the key with the defective LED and pull upward.

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  2. Using a Philips #0 screwdriver, remove the .5cm screw from the back of the keyboard.
    • Using a Philips #0 screwdriver, remove the .5cm screw from the back of the keyboard.

    • This will void your warranty!

    • When inserting the screw after fixing the faulty LED, make sure to not screw in too tight. This may cause erratic behavior with the keyboard.

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    • Wedge a plastic opening tool between the rear plate and rim of the keyboard and slide it through the circled areas to separate the plastic hooks that mount the rim to the rear plate.

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    • Firmly grasp the bottom panel of the keyboard and carefully detach it from the rest of the board.

    • Do not put strain on the ribbon cable when lifting the bottom panel.

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    • Detach the 4-pin cable from the bottom panel of the keyboard.

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    • Desolder the joints holding the faulty LED and switch to the PCB.

    • Slide the faulty LED out and replace it with the functional one.

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Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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What kind of leds is it? Where can I get them?

Joakim Slettemeaas - Antwoord

3 mm white leds. I don’t know what voltage or effect they should be at though. I’m guessing 10-20 mA at around 2V, but mind you I’m just guessing… :(

Starfighter Johansson -

So I'm having an issue with the LED backlight -- not a single LED, I mean the entire backlight. The FN key and the windows lock key (f12) light up when they are supposed to, but the function keys that are supposed to toggle on and off the rest of the backlight no longer do so (f1-f4 keys). Yet the f1-f4 keys clearly work, for instance, pressing f1 brings up the Chrome help menu, as intended. Any idea whether this is fixable, or how? I assume there is some circuit that controls the toggling on/off of the backlight for most of the keys, so maybe an issue with that?

Thanks for any suggestions.

Sam S. - Antwoord

Seems this is a common problem with these %#*@ keyboards. About one third of my keys are no longer backlit. POS.

gslinger - Antwoord

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