Question about Belkin F1DK102P 2-port KVM Switch
Bad mouse usb/ps2 damaged belkin kvm, no mouse output. PS2 style in/out. Is worth trying to repair if so how? thanks
The things that usually go wrong with KVMs are bent connector pins (usually mouse or keyboard) or the switch itself. Inspect the mouse connector for bent or corroded pins. They are easy to bend and straighten, however, they will eventually break off if you do it often enough. If you find one that is bent the safest way to straighten it is by using a .7 diameter mechanical pencil. Remove the lead, and work the pin carefully into the pencil barrel. Once you have the pin inside the pencil gently straighten it by moving the pencil vertical. If it?s not a bent or corroded pin there isn't a whole lot else you can do other than try to get a warranty replacement or if its expensive enough, repaired.
Posted on Mar 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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