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try to turn on BT on iPad while Logitech is blinking (which means it in pairing mode and can be discovered). If that doesn't help I'd suggest to remove batteries from Logitech for 3-5 minutes then put them back.

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check the manual...!
depends on the model - but it works with bluetooth- see a sample :
put the iPad in the slot built into the keyboard, and pair it with your iPad via Bluetooth
On your iPad, tap the Settings icon and then tap Bluetooth. Make sure Bluetooth is On.
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I would first reinstall any software/drivers that came with the device. You should also try contacting Logitech Technical Support (+1 646-454-3200). I've dealt with them recently and they were very helpful, even going so far as to replace my device completely at no charge when the support rep could not fix the issue I had.

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My keyboard has stopped working, im using an on-screen keyboard atm. The weird thing is that, only the number lock button works. Can this be fixed?

I'm using that keyboard right now. It has been actually reliable but it does do the odd annoying thing from time to time that might be your problem too.

You have checked the batteries or tired new ones? Usually the keyboard just stops but once in a while parts of stop working before it stops.

The USB to PS2 adapter will come loose. This is about 99% of the cause of any problem. The weight of the cord and adapter will make it tilt down and pull the pins out. Just insert it back in and the keyboard will work again. This one will do the numpad but nothing else trick.

The other thing is the antenna wants to be about 2 feet away and not really have anything in the way to block the signal.

Also if ntohing else press the conenct button on the antenna and then press the one on the bottom of the keyboard. Usually this will connect again and on a differant channel. That can give it a jolt and make it work again as well.

As I mentioned these are pretty good and reliable but they do act up when the signals get weak or blocked which is usually the only problem you will see. As far as fixing them if it is really dead, its not really worth doing. You can buy a new replacement fairly cheap which is rather annoying now as I paid about 3x what a replacement sells for now.

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As far as I remember, Logitech has 5 years warranty on this particular desktop set. Call the support in your country and ask! (or read on the box if you still got it, but you better put all the screws back in first :-)

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