I bought a supposedly tested and working numeric keypad for my IIe. And of course it's not fully working. Half the keys don't work. Opened it up to find that someone spilled coffee or coke in this thing 30+ years ago, and it never got cleaned up. I desoldered all the switches and started tracing out the PCB. Looks like I'm going to have to make 12 bodges.
But the switch that took the brunt of the spill has a little higher resistance than the others, despite my efforts to clean it. It's the short black style that uses a rubber dome with a conducive pad. All the other switches read 50-90 ohms. Best I can seem to get this one is mid 200s. Sometimes a little higher, sometimes a little lower.
Ultimately my question is, will that still work? Or is it too high and I'm the market for a replacement?