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Re: Cleaning MXC etc Buttons
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

Hey Dante,i know what you mean but these are not the clips i'm talking about.I mean the clips on the outside.
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Re: Cleaning MXC etc Buttons
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My buttons have plastic clips built into the switch housing, the pop into the top of the board...They are a ring shape with two clips. That is the piece that always breaks on mine. 'zat what you meant?
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Yes i know what you mean but these are about in the middle of the switch,the ones i mean are on top and keep the switch housing in place.If you want i can take a pic of one so you can see what i mean.
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Re: Cleaning MXC etc Buttons
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AH...I pulled out one of my extra buttons from the parts bin, I see what you're talking about. Not sure if any of mine broke there  :dunno:
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Re: Cleaning MXC etc Buttons
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Usually not they mostly break in the middle.
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