Any chance you still work on the Icom IC- R7100 receivers? I have one that needs a keypad. I'm also looking for parts if you know of anyone.
Sorry, I've pretty much stopped working on all but my own personal radios. My eyesight is nothing like it used to be so I sure don't want to be responsible for making someone else's radio worse than it was when sent my way!
I don't have a source for parts for the older Icom's. For the keypads, several models used tactile type switches mounted on a small board.
The switches should be able to be found at places like Mouser or Digikey. They are usually simple little thru hole mounted mechanical switches.
Finding an unused keypad is not likely so replacing the actual switches was the next best thing. A bit more work but not really all that hard if you are good at working on old thru hole mounted components.
Good luck on your 7100. These older Icom's are usually well worth repairing as long as you can find someone competent to do the work along with reasonable labor rates. I really enjoyed working on them all when my eyesight was still near perfect. Nothing like bringing a dead one back to life!