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On your keyboard somewhere, there is a very small indented button. You can press this button with the tip of a ballpoint pen. Press this button momentarily, then release it. this will make the keyboard search for the channel that your iending unit is on. If this doesn't help, try pushing the button on the keyboard,the sending unit and the mouse one after the other. These Buttons can usually be found on the bottoms of the units.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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