I got a Keybow Mini for Christmas, with the intention of setting it up for a Copy, Cut and Paste keypad.
I left it for a bit (like 2-3 months) until I had a chance, so I’m not sure if it was always broken but I set up the software as a tester and found that the middle key doesn’t do its assigned function, whatever that may be; numbers or pausing music. This may not be down to the Keybow itself, because it looks fine from the outside and I haven’t bent any contacts etc. I’ve tried swapping keys around and it still doesn’t work. Now, it’s entirely possible that the issue is with the Raspberry Pi Zero because I soldered the header myself and in the application of the HAT, a few pins poked through the other side (not good). I pushed them back in, but I have no way of knowing if this is the issue because I only have one RPi Zero. Can it be tested with a full-size Pi? If so, where would you plug in the cable? Is there a way of seeing if your GPIOs are broken?
And if the issue is with the HAT, not the Pi (unlikely), how will I send it back, as it was a gift?