When I couldn't find any other solution, I got a vacuum and cleaned out all of the inside, and then I tried changing the batteries. Would you believe then it worked? I don't think the batteries should affect the keyboard (would they?) ... so I'm left to believe that the good cleaning made the difference.
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Your key board is going bad. Hold the code key down touch "L' type 001, release code key. This will get you by. You can try my tip under WW1000 or contact Geo. Beyers Co. @800-392-8085 for a KB rebuild. Tell them O'Reilly sent you.
Tour keyboard is going bad. Hold the code down press lang (L) key release the "L" type 001, release the code key this should put you on U.S. keyboard mode. For a better repair you can try my tip under WW1000 or contact Geo Beyers Co. @ 800-392-8085 for a keyboard rebuild. Tell them O'Reilly sent you.
Your keyboard is bad. To use it temporaly hold the code key, press "L" type 001 (code for us keyboard), release code key. For a repair see my tip under WW1000 or contact Geo. Beyers Co. @ 800-392-8085 for a keyboard rebuild, tell them O'Reilly sent you.
Sounds like a keyboard problem. Check the connectors to be sure they are fully pluged in, if this isn't the problem try putting a piece of foil over the rt hand keybourd connector contacts that are bussed together (seven I believe) replug the ketboard and test. BE SURE TO BUSS ONLY THE CONNECTORS THAT ARE BUSSED ON THE CONNECTOR!!