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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE LITTLE GREEN BUTTON ON THE BACK OF THE KEYBOARD? MODEL CEO560

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Hi, the green button on the back is a hard reset button, you usually have to press this if the battery's have been replaced or if the keyboard starts playing up such as keys not working when pressed, its just a master reset button to restore the keyboard to new, so its nothing major its just a safety feature in case your keyboard stops responding it just resets the communication between the keyboard and the receiver on the computer.

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