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Fellows wireless keyboard does not light up even when new batteries are inserted
If you have changed batteries you need to re-since, there should be a little red button on bottom and a button on reciever.
basically all the things you went through for the initial setup
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Insert the installation CD that came with your wireless keyboard set into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
Use the CD to install the drivers for the wireless peripherals.
Insert batteries into the keyboard .
Use a screwdriver to remove any screws that hold the battery bay covers closed.
Connect the wireless signal receiver to your computer.
Receivers for wireless keyboard and mouse sets usually use a USB connector.
Your computer will automatically detect the receiver.
Turn on your keyboard if the devices have power buttons.
Press the "Sync," "Connect" or "Pair" buttons on the keyboard , depending on your model.
If present, press the "Connect" button on the wireless signal receiver as well.
Your wireless keyboard set is now connected.
hope this helps
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