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Trouble typing on a Brother ML 500

It will type 2, 4, 6, 8, and 0 on the demo but when i try to type those numbers manaualy they won't type.

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If it won't type anything, you have a bad keyboard. if it types something else it may be on "Kybrd 2"

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