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Sk-6000KeyBOARD does not respond to anything

3_Green lights top right over the number pad are constantly on ,and thats all it does KEY BOARD dont respond to anything..........Looks cool but wish it would work !!!!!!!!!!!!

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Number pad is not working correctly


If that is newly installed OS try to check the driver of your laptop is correct. Another option, check your keyboard language settings on the COntrol panel.

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I cleaned my keyboard while turned on and now I cannot get my number pad to work, which buttons did I accidentally push to get to turn off and how can I get them back on.


Based on your description of the problem you're experiencing, it sounds like you most likely pressed the "NUM LOCK" key. If NUM LOCK was activated before you cleaned the keyboard and was accidentally pressed during cleaning, this key press would deactivate NUM LOCK, causing the number pad to stop responding. To reverse this, simply press NUM LOCK again. The NUM LOCK button is located right above the "7" key on the number pad (see picture below).

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Alternatively, since the setting determining whether NUM LOCK is activated when your computer is started is stored on your hard drive, you can try restarting the computer to revert back to an active NUM LOCK. Be sure to try this in case the first solution above does not work.

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Sep 06, 2011 | Maxi Switch Silitek SK 6000 Keyboard

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Key board troobleshoot


Your NUM LOCK key is turned on. Look closely at the top row of keys, you should see one that has an icon of a number inside a padlock, or it might say NumLock, NumLk, etc. Press your function key, and while holding it down, press the numlock key as well. You want to press them both at the same time.

You should also see a light somewhere as well. Usually an icon of a number inside a padlock. When you turn Number Lock off, this light will go out.

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My keyboard seems to be locked and will not respond to anything including the mouse pad on my Dell XPS notebook


Press fn key and whichever function key at the top of your board that has a lock symbol on it at the same time. You're in keylock and this will disarm it.

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My touch pad will not work thus rendering the oven useless. It will not respond to touch. Is there anything I can do sans a new processor pad?


HI. Unfortunately, the touch/key pad is not repairable. Once the circuitry is damaged, the entire board must be replaced. Most units will have an Incorporated control board, that will have the touch/key pad integrated into the main board assembly. If this is the case, simply replace the entire oven control board. If the touch pad is separate from the main control board, replace the touch pad board.

NOTE_ This may be a simple control fault. In this case, simply unplug the unit, or shut down the appropriate circuit breaker for five minutes. This will reset the control. If the issue's persist, replace the failed component.

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Touch pad always lit up...


Yes, if the leds are all lit and no respnse, then your board in the top counsel is faulty. Have you haad any power surges recenlty.? Power surges sometimes mess up computer boards. But yeah, it sounds like its bad tho. There should be led light on unless you start pushing buttons. Have you hit the "off" selection. If nothing turns off the led lighting, it sounds like the board might be bad...hopefully this helps

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Lower right panel of keys and number pad do not respond.


Hi,

Sounds like you solved it yourself. NEVER use a wet anything to clean electronics, water and circuitry were never meant to meet.

You will most likely need to replace the keyboard, that being said if you need to clean it again in the future use "canned air" compressed gas to blow out any dust and debris and if you must scrub it down, disconnect it from the computer first, use something like Monster Screen Cleaner then let it dry overnight or blow it out with the "canned air" then let it airdry for at least 4 hours before plugging it back into the computer.


Chris

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Don't have user manual Get one?


Check to see if Num Lock is turned on. Depending on your computer, it may light up the key with a green light, or a green light may be lit near the part of the computer where the screen is connected to the computer.

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Key Pad only works on some numbers. Others do not respond when pushed


Unplug the unit. Generally, remove the screws inside the door that hold on the faceplate. Inside, it will become rather obvious how to detach the keypad from the main circuit board. Note that some of the screws are longer than others. Carefully unplug the wire loom from the board. Note that these plugs have a small movable section. Flush to the board is lock...up is unlocked. Make sure when you push the loom in that the section is up...then push it down. By the way...before you buy a new part, unplug each connection related to the key panel and reinstall. It may just fix it.

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