Take the wire piece out of the keyboard and attach it to the space bar by snapping the long horizontal section into the notched moldings you will see along one edge of the underside of the spacebar. Now turn the spacebar back over, orient it with the high side toward you and the lower side toward the other keys, fit the retainer ends into the slots in the keyboard, and push the spacebar center pin back into its hole. The wire is not really a retainer; it is there to transfer to the center pin any pressure applied to either end of the bar.
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You need to reposition (clip) the torssion bar under the spacebar key (a steel wire formed in a wide U shape), it is unhooked, call for a professionnal if you'r not sure how to do this as you may brake the plastic hinge if you don't know what you'r dooing...
Pull the space bar off by using your fingers. Underneath, you'll find a metal rod. Take note on which way it is facing, and how it fits. Make sure nothing in broken under the space bar, then put the space bar back on making sure it hooks in correctly.
Sticky key: gently remove the space bar noting how the retaining clips fit. Clean under the bar and around the rubber buffer with isopropyl alcohol or similar, test before refitting the bar, if this does not resolve the problem, you may be looking at a partly damaged keyboard and will need to replace
Same problem..just fixed it now...there that metal thing right? if u carefully see there are two groove like ']' shaped things put the two metal things inside and carefully maintaining them inside put the spacebar buck
I see that. Sorry. Keyboards are kinda tricky. Some have a small silver bar inside them that clips into 2 slats. this bar keeps the spacebar from teetering left or right when you press on it off-center. Without that metal piece, youd make the space bar lean to the right when you press the right side, and left when you press the left side. That bar allows the entire button to depress when you press it on the side. Having said that, easiest fix is go online and get a new kbd. They are about 12 bucks, and can be used on any USB port.
You can easily fix your space bar. I fixed mine last month when my daughter pulled it out of the keyboard. I used this video tutorial guide to help install the space bar key back into place. Its really very simple. have a look: http://www.laptopkey.com/installation_guides.php
Hi! I had the same problem when i got the keyboard. In my case, it was because the tiny metal bar that is supposed to transfer the pressure from the right and left sides of the bar to the mittle was not attached correctly. I removed all the screws from the back of the keyboard (note that there are screws underneath the rubber pads, but don't worry about them, they will stick to the keyboard again) and lifted off the top (including the keys). Then i could pop off the space bar from behind (didn't work for me otherwise... maybe it is possible to pop it off without removing all the screws) and correctly insert the metal bar into the mounting. Hope this helps.
It is possible that your touch-disk is turned off. Try pressing the Fn key (RHS of the space bar, between the alt and ctrl keys) along with the "right mouse button" (the right button underneath the touch disk) -- when you press the Fn key the word "On" will light up above the button.
If that is not the problem, perhaps the driver software was not properly installed or the keyboard is defective. You could try reinstalling Logitech's software.