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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Had the same problem, turned out it was due to a faulty capacitor on the inverter board, 680uF 25V (105 celsius rated). Simple to fix once you have the unit dismantled and the correct replacement part. Two screws hold the shroud on, but you need to be careful with an (old) credit card levering it off.
Unit is now working fine.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: Keyboard won't type
The problem ended up not being with the connect buttons. I am assuming after I changed the battery in the keyboard it deleted the encryption code. I did the Ctrl-Alt-F12, THEN, the "connect". Put in the encryption codes and Hallelujah, the keyboard is working again. Almost pitched the darn thing and purchased new. Hope this helps someone else.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
you will have to get a new one to me it sounds like there is no hope for it sorry but in you give me a rate of fixya for my help i will send you a wireless keyboard and mouse logitec
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
the problem you're having is a setting in your control panel. I don't know what OS you're using but if it is Vista, go to control panel and click on ease of acces...and click on MAKE THE KEYBOARD EASIER TO USE...unclick Turn on StickyKeys, Togglekeys and filter keys. Then go to control panel and open Keyboard...and increase the repeat and delay rate. If all these doesnt work...it means it might be a hardware problem
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
I was working in a computer with the same problem, when you remove the keyboard and the keyboard cover at the right side of the power button you can see an small plastic cap with two wires, is the num lock led, when the wires are under the top cover and the screws of the keyboard or the cover are too tight the wire is damage and make contac with the earth shuting down the power supply, check the wires, repair if broken and take care that its not under the top cover when you assembly.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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