I have a venerable Logitech G15 v2, the orange one, and the top rubber dome of the A key just broke. With the cap of a pen I sort of placed it again in a position where a click is normal, but I'd like to repair it, how could I do that? What kind of glue would stick to silicone? or maybe, can I cut the rubber dome of another keyboard and put it in place of the broken dome?
I've already looked into plenty of mechanical keyboards and none are even close of having the same features as this wonderful keyboard, but I'm considering one if the repair is not possible. One caveat is that I need a keyboard with Spanish layout and that limit the possibilities a great deal.
Pictures of the broken piece are below!
Edit to answer @fixer1234 questions:
Is the dome surface torn and you need to repair it or is the dome ripped off but intact and you need to glue it back in place?
Looks ripped off, glue should be enough.
The picture looks like a mechanical actuator. What is/was on the back of the dome (simple dome membrane vs. some protruding piece that pushes on something)?
It's not mechanical, it's the silicone nip that sit on top the sheet where the printed circuit is.
Was the dome an individual keycap or part of one large sheet of keycaps?
The dome is just broken for the letter A, but I'm not sure I understand this question.
Do you have another keyboard with identical domes, down to the size and shape and construction?
I have another Logitech keyboard with very similar silicone domes. But no, I cannot just swap the entire thing.
If all the keycaps are part of one sheet, can you disassemble it to remove the sheet?
Yes and yes, I'll do it this Friday and post more pictures of it.
Is it a clean tear or is more of the membrane falling apart?
A clean tear, if when I disassemble the keyboard see that the membrane is in too bad shape I'll have to get a new keyboard. :(