Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
HI, make sure that the sensor that is connected to the actual CPU, via USB cable, is functioning. try using the located button on the sensor to wake the Keyboard. if this doesn't produce results, this will confirm a dead battery core. the batteries should be easily accessed by flipping the keyboard on its back and, removing the small battery cover on the bottom of the device. this battery cover should be located on the top right or left bottom side of the board. Once the cover is removed, you will expose the batteries. they should be AAA style.
Replacing the batteries will fix this issue if it is not a sensor issue.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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