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Pacey2169: First think I need to ask is, is the wires hard wired or are you using a card? If you are using a card, pull out the card and take flash light and look in the slot to see if there is loose paper or any substance blocking the connection. If there is, use a plastic probe and try to get it out. use canned air if possible. If wireless is hard wired go into setting and check what your setup is. Also try to reinstall drivers if possible.
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