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Thanks very much for your help.consulting their engineers is exactly what i need.Sorry for slow response,took some time off the project to get married.

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Wow, Congrats! You make it sound as if marriage was just a passing fancy or something, lol :)

Well, do go ahead and call Logitech. I am sure they will help. They are pretty friendly people. I should know, I worked for them ;)

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