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Replacement sensors for legacy Trigger Finger (not the pro version)

I live in Lima - Perú, as my city is ridiculously humid, some devices that use film sensors, in this case my old Trigger Finger began to get nasty black stains inside pads, then , as expected, some pads stop working. I managed to clean and use a conductive pen to fix these problems for a while. But some weeks ago, the sensor film began to crack in the part that flexes and enter the PCB, so It's totally unusable.

My question is the following...

Can I get replacement pads from any MPC for the legacy Trigger Finger??
I searched this page https://www.mpcstuff.com/ and also wrote to them. They say they don't have any sensor specifically for the Trigger Finger, but as long as I watch youtube videos on people repairing MPC units I continue seeing the same format Sensors that come in the legacy Trigger Finger, even there are some replacement for the "Interlink" pads that came in my TF but not sure if interlink is just the manufacturer or they made it standard.

I know some people might say just drop it and get a second hand on eBay or some other controller, got the Trigger Finger Pro and Maschine, but having my Legacy TF is more something personal as it was my first pad/dj/sample/everything controller.

Thank you guys!
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  • Eliza (Official Rep) May 28, 2019 13:51
    Hey Sergio,

    Thanks for posting!

    Sorry to hear that! Parts inquiries cannot be handled here on the forum but I can point you in the right direction. Here are a couple of options that you could choose from:

    • Submit a Parts Inquiry with our Technical Support team by logging onto the M-Audio Support Page. Select Parts Inquiry from the drop down menu. This will not require a support code.

    or

    • For faster support, call or email your nearest Support Office or International Distributor. Select your country to find the nearest office.

    Our parts team will be able to provide you with more information regarding component level specifications.

    I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any additional questions.
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