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My Logitech wireless keyboard does not communicate. I have no instructions so I don't know how to reset it. Thre receiver has 1 connect button, two solid lights and one that flashes when I press the connect button. There is a connect button on the bottom of the keyboard, and on the keyboard there is a key on the upper left marked F lock. Any ideas?"

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  • Clyde Blackburn Nov 27, 2008

    Thanks, afflilifred. Tried that - still stumped.

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Did you check the battery in the keyboard? make sure it is good.

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