The only rubber keypad repair that lasts!
Nothing sticks to rubber for long. Glues, foil stickers and coatings will all chip, peel or fall off sooner than later and cause more problems than they solve. That is why ButtonWorx™ rubber keypad repair is designed to install onto the circuit board instead. The thin membrane keypad blocks future oils and buildup, the material never wears out and you should never need to worry about your buttons again.
We don't just make ButtonWorx™ - We use them! Originally designed for our own repair service at P1repair.com for business desk phones and cordless handsets. We are our own biggest customer. Installed in thousands of products world wide!
Ordered product, received quickly, followed instructions precisely, completely corrected problem with faulty buttons. I highly recommend this fairly priced quality product.
Saved my 665 and older 700. Should have purchased a tool for opening it, but the screwdriver did not do too much damage. That's the only step that isn't easy. The new one piece design is a real...
Arrived to Ireland after 9 days. Installation simple, worked a dream. Good product. ?
Excellent communication and service. Replacement display saved my faulty hand controller...I nearly threw away until I discovered this company. From order to delivery to the UK 6 days. Amazing....
Stijn D on Belgium
Ordered on 30/01, was shipped out on 31/01 and arrived on 06/02.
Todd Traina on TRURC-N5 Remote Button Repair Membrane
The membrane worked perfectly and was easy to install. Thanks !
I ordered 1 to see if it would work, thinking the price was better than ordering a $50 remote from Bell. Easy installation and now it works like a charm.
Nelson Mai on Logitech Harmony 600,650,665,700 ButtonWorx™ TOP Buttons
This remote has been plaguing me for years making me click the buttons around the screen innumerable amounts of times until it finally registers. Now it works as good or better as the first day....
My order was mailed on Jan 22, 2024 and it arrived on Jan 30, 2024. The repair was made to an Arbitrary Waveform Generator (picture below) and the unit seems to be working fine now. I am pleased...