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The set is connected by USB to the laptop but I can't get it to work. Reset buttons, new batteries, checked usb plug, blown clean,nno dust, light on the receiver is on, lights flicker when the reset button is pushed, control panel properties for mouse and keyboard says the device is working... what did I do wrong???

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It seems that there is connectivity problem.. as your sensor is not receiving signal from keyboard or mouse.....you have to make connectivity by pressing button on sensor then press button on keyboard....similarly press sensor button on sensor then press button on mouse.....try this and do reply me

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