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The last 2 posts

Monday, August 28th 2023, 12:36am

by mrfixit

The buttons on the Greenskeeper do that. Even brand new. You hear it click but nothing happens half the time. You have to visually watch to see if pressing the button did anything. It's totally annoying.
I don't know of any fix. But I've never tried either. Have you ever taken apart a keyboard? There's a lubricant between the keys and the circuit board. Or connections. Maybe that's what the controllers need. With that said, I'm not suggesting that anybody ever try doing that. =)

Sunday, August 27th 2023, 1:48pm

by P B (Guest)

toro greenkeeper 212

Push button switches are un relible. Suspect they are dirty. How do I get to clean or replace them?