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Keyboard wont connect

I bumped the reciever and all of a sudden the mouse and keyboard wouldn't work. i pushed the button and after several tries the mouse works but i haven't been able to get the keyboard to work. i have tried to reset the computer. the sleep button seems to work but aside from that nothing, i have changed the batteries

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Hello

I've had the same problem with the Keytronic stuff. Most of the time new batteries solve the issue. Once, though, batteries didn't help. I discovered that if I wiggled the batteries it would work. I tried an old trick. Using a straw, put a drop of Coke on the connections. Scrub the area with an old toothbrush. If there's residue use rubbing alcohol to remove it.

Good Luck

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