refurb strange key fob

kemp2368

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hi all again:D
for you that dont no my problems with finding new fob or bypassing alarm/immobiliser here is a link to my previous post,http://forums.mercedesclub.org.uk/showthread.php?t=47338
anyway while all this was going on i striped key fob down and found a loose resistor on my spare fob which after a lot of patience and a soldering iron i now have 2 working remotes
my question is that the rubber buttons are very worn so i need to replace just the rubber
has anyone tried to mould or cut etc a piece or no of anywhere to get a rubber button made,:p
here is a pic of fob with worn button
 

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bigasotonuk

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C43/55 AMG 1999 / C230K 1997
Hi,
I think you should be able to buy a new empty universal fob from somewhere like Maplins or RS as i am sure i have seen them in the respective catalogue, you could always try these people below, but please bear in mind i have no first hand experience of them.
http://www.alarmremotes.co.uk/index.htm
Good luck
 


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