Oct 15, 20181411 views

tokyo60 Assembly Guide.

With season 2 closed out and on it's way, here's the a quick photo guide for tokyo60 assembly from the discussions page broken out as a how-to post!
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1) Place stabilizers on PCB and screw into place.

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2) Snap a few switches into the case to center the PCB
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3) Place the PCB into the case, USB end first. Push down so the switches snap into the PCB taking care not to bend any pins
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4) Lightly screw the PCB into the top of the case. There are 6 screws in total.

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5) Turn the case over and snap in the remaining switches, taking care not to bend any pins.
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Note: The switches on 'Esc' and '1' are turned 180' to accomodate for the usb connector.

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6) If any pins are bent, you can pop the switch out using the tip of a pen.

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7) Tighten the screws on the PCB.

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8) Place keycaps onto the switches. Give each keycap a firm push to secure them properly.

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9) Stick the rubber feet onto the bottom of the case
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10) Screw the bottom and top case together. The depression on the bottom case should face the front of the keyboard.

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11) Plug in your tokyo60 and start typing!
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Troubleshooting:
Some of my keys don't work:
If there's a key that doesn't work, check for a bent switch pin. Pop the key out from the bottom with the tip of a pen. Straighten out the pen if necessary and re-insert the switch. if this doesn't work, then please contact Massdrop support who can walk you through the process of a PCB replacement.
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can i use cherry stabilizers with this motherboard? i want to replace the spacebar stabilizer
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yes you can
Soooooooo. Any news you can share on Tokyo60 season 3? Improvements? Release date estimate?