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My keyboard do not work. What can i do besids check batteries and check the cable?

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Hi,

First of all, we would make sure whether there is a fault with the keyboard or with your computer machine / drivers. Use this keyboard with some other machine. If you would still unable to use that, it would confirm a hardware fault.

As you have already checked the batteries and cable, the only thing you could do is to open the keyboard and clean the keyboard. Sometimes, dust and debris might cause this situation. Also, check to make sure that there is no broken or loose connection. Even after following this,if the same problem persists, it would be an indication of board fault / failure.Usually in those cases, buying a new one is more economical than investing in repair.

Good Luck!!

Thanks!!

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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