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Red light is not working

I just replaced the batter Duracell alkaline with Panasonic

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Normal 0 Press the Receiver button a(and the lights will start flashing, then if its the Keyboard that isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the receiver..

If its the MOUSE do the same except push the small RESET?CONNECT button on the back of the mouse to connect. Then they should work properly. Hope this helps. Bud

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