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I really want to call this guide, but it’s really just another “extra” more than anything. I’ve never touched a keyboard’s PCB, and most certainly have never voided my warranty this hard. If you want to do this, feel free to use this video as a guide but let me assure you, I’m well aware of my errors and by no means recommend you carry this project out in the same fashion, there a lot of safety precautions you can take to ensure no harm gets done to your keyboard (My esc switch’s spring popped out when I set the keyboard down) and much better methods to use. I’m by no means a professional but this video is good guideline for the very basics of what to do.