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a81f0d8557f2a345fd61aa26bd8e3dc8460b67a1 — Avery 4 months ago 5422a0f
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I was hoping this was just a defect with my unit, but now that more people are receiving the keyboard, it seems like it's a very common issue.

Fortunately, there's a very simple fix, and all you need is a sheet of standard printer paper and a pair of scissors (or a 3D printer - more on that later) to make your own shim.

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	alt="The back of three PinePhone keyboard key caps. The leftmost one has a paper square around the stem. The middle one has a 3D printed square around the stem. The rightmost one has a 3D printed circle around the stem."