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Wireless desktop 6000 keyboard problem

I have exactly the same problem. I have owned my set for about 2 years, working fine until.... the keyboard stopped working. I have replaced the batteries twice and tried the reconnect button but no luck!! The mouse still works fine!

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Check the inside of the battery chamber to see if there is corosion on the spring or front pip for the + ve.Batteries leak ands should be chaged every 6 months regardless

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