Question about Gyration GB9450-220 Keyboard
It won't come back on unless I pull the batteries out and then replace them. It is not a dead battery problem because I switched them out already.
I have a Gyration wireless rf keyboard. It is the older one. i think an Ultra.
This sounds like an internal failure on the keyboard. It should not go to sleep. By removing the battery you are effectively resetting the internal logic. If the status light is on all of the time it may think it has (or have) a key stuck and is timing out to conserve battery life. If that is not the case it is time to contact Gyration Technical Support.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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