Question about Sony VAIO VGP-WKB1 Keyboard
My keyboard is playing up - it connects to the PC fine (as it is wireless) and I have never had any issues with this, but in the last few days, some of the keys have stopped working too well. It would seem to be maybe something spilt on the keyboard as the keys which don't work (most notably the space bar, 'F' key, 'V' key and 'J' key), will work if jabbed hard repeatedly! And they sometimes work fine, sometimes are worse than others.
But when normally typing, they often don't register which is becoming incredibly frustrating.
Assuming something has been spilt on it, and it's not just e.g. the keyboard wearing out, how easy is it to remedy this? Is it possible for example to remove the keys in order to clean it, and how would I go about this? As I don't want to do this unless I'm 100% sure I can put them back on again without causing any damage!
Once you have checked the batteries in the keyboard or mouse, then push the tiny little button on the side of the computer around the peripheral plug ins. After pushing that, hit the connect button on the wireless device. They should be re-syncd.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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Posted on Mar 17, 2011
It would just be easier and less frustrating for you to replace the keyboard.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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