Question about HP CPQ175KB Keyboard
I think the keypad is linking via blue tooth but there is failure in your keypad convertor IC. You can open the keyboard and check inside for dirt inside the pads. clean and set again to try. Also remove batttery and check or replace. test again. if not the IC could be faulty. you will need to replce this board if HP is marketing or else the keyboard has to be replaced.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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