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1.)When you buy new batteries from the market you nrmally don't check the manufacturing date on the cover pack or at the bottom of the battery. This is where the retailers take you for a ride. Always ask for fresh stock when buying batteries.
2.)Check for loose contact or oxidation or corrosion of battery terminals in the chamber where batteries are installed. In case these are cordless devices, make sure nothing is obstructing the keyboard's line of sight with the infra red transceiver installed on your table top.
3.) If it is within the warranty period, get it exchanged for a new one immediately. No vendor can refuse that.
Hope this helped.
(TIP: never leave batteries inside any gadget when its not going to be used for over a week. Example if you folks are going on a holiday, then remove batteries from gadgets like mouse, keyboard, etc. i.e. gadgets tht you are going to leave behind. This causes the batteries to leak & damage your precious gadgets, at times beyond repair)
Posted on May 05, 2008
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