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neumann8489
September 18th, 2017, 06:58 AM
Hi.
I have an old PS/2 Mechanical Latin American Keyboard that was part of an Epson Action Tower 5000 (BabyAT form factor with an Intel 486/DX2) when Epson were in the PC market (It's very hard to find info on the web about this machine). The label in the back says "Model: RT102", i assume it's a model M keyboard from IBM rebranded by Epson but i don't know for sure.

The problem is that it is missing three keycaps. The "A", "S" and "Up Arrow" keys and i don't know how to search for compatible replacement keycaps (if possible).

When i get home i will upload pictures of the keyboard.

Thanks in advance!

Chuck(G)
September 18th, 2017, 07:47 AM
Clickykeyboards (http://clickykeyboards.com/product-category/original-ibm-model-m-replacement-key-caps/) stocks replacements for the model M--but you should be certain of the manufacturer of yours; to the best of my knowledge Epson didn't use IBM-made keyboards.