So I have this beautiful matias quiet click keyboard that I sort of love for its tactility. The sounds is slightly less impressive though, but still way better than my floss modded IBM M Spacesaver. But the real bummer with this keyword is, you guessed it, keychatter. Now the reason for this is most probably the way the switches are lubed and not properly tested by QA. I have several keys that drive me mad. Let me show you how to fix this if you’re in the same condition.
- remove the keycap of the switch to “repair” and the ones next to it so you have a little wiggle room
- use two toothpicks to gently allow the upper part of the switch to be pulled up and released. Do this gently, very very very gently.
- once the switch is disassembled remove the tactile leaf and clean it with alcohol
- air spray the bottom of the switch
- reassemble with care
That should be it. I was able to repair some of the keys and have a way better typing experience now. Hope this helps somebody. There are tons of videos on youtube on how to disassemble alps and matias switches. If the keychatter persists you probably need a new switch and get soldering.