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Apple Pro keyboard model #M7803

Basically, the number lock key will not work allowing the number keys to work. All the rest of the keys function. Is there any combo command keystroke or anything that will get this to work? I'm using a Power Mac G4

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I was researching this same problem, and just read on another site that you may be able to use shift-clear, which worked for me. good luck!

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