Barclay Enterprises, Inc.
Celebrating our 22nd anniversary....made possible
by thousands of
DO-IT-YOURSELF CONTACT RESTORATION
|"The best friend your keypad will ever have." ©|
DO-IT-YOURSELF keypad repair / button contact restoration membrane for :
Telephones - phone
Cordless handsets - phone keypad repair
Remote control button repair - TV, DVD, garage door, stereo, etc
Sprinkler control panels
Games and toys
Security alarm systems
Machinery control panels
... ANYTHING THAT USES A KEYPAD!
Rated for hundreds of thousands of actuations (presses) per button.
Check out these unsolicited testimonials:
"Got the kits today. I had both of them in and working in about 20 minutes. Super fast shipping of a great product. Thanks." Karl H., Elizabeth, PA
"I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for the great fix for my keypad #1 button problem. I installed it with the written instructions with no problem at all. My phone works wonderfully now. I really appreciate it." Nikki F., Lenoir City, TN
"I wanted to let you know I am so pleased with the button fix. Fixed 2 phones. NOW they work like a charm. Thank you for carrying such a wonderful product, providing great instructions and even telephone support, giving me the confidence I needed fix them. Much appreciation." Wendy C., Anaheim CA
FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE!
CALL 800-513-9962 (909-783-9091) TO ORDER.
Guaranteed to work on your device or your money back.
If you're not completely satisfied with the way the Pad Mate® feels or performs,
return it within 30 days of receipt and we'll cheerfully refund 100% of your money.
be cut up to fit the "footprint" of up to 12 of your device's conductive
The Pad Mate's conductive contacts (black dots) are 7mm wide.
Apply each piece to the circuit board in any arrangement you want...
holds on to the circuit board by means of pre-applied "peel 'n' stick" adhesive.
more than 12 buttons? Simply buy two
The Pad Mate® doesn't have to be one contiguous piece to do the job.
Superior to chemical based rubber keypad repair kits that you have to mix.
No messy chemicals to mix (and that will eventually flake off, too).
No stir sticks, applicator swabs, contact cleaner or primer prep to hassle with.
No guessing how much material to apply to your buttons.
No waiting for your application to "cure".
No waste... perfect if you want to fix just one button... you don't need to mix an entire batch of chemicals just to fix one contact.
How does the Pad Mate® work?
Apply the Pad Mate® directly onto the circuit board... the conductive contacts (the black circles - 7mm diameter) go between your device's bad keypad buttons and circuit board to restore conductivity.
Reassemble your device... and your bad buttons' conductivity is restored!
How do I install the
Finally, reassemble your device... and your buttons are restored!
Not invented here... tried & true technology!
Even though we designed the Pad Mate®, manufacture it, and own exclusive rights to it, we didn't come up with the technology. In fact, the technology is decades old!
The Pad Mate® is what's known in the industry as a "shorting layer" --- a conductive device employed by virtually every industry that uses electronic push buttons --- cell phones, cordless phones, pool controls, TV remotes... you name it!
Today, many telephone manufacturers --- such as AT&T, Comdial, Northern Telecom and Panasonic--- use the shorting layer concept in some fashion, including on their higher end cordless telephone systems. Now you can enjoy this proven upgrade on your KX-TGA400B and KX-TGA200B cordless handsets!