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Re: Logitech wireless keyboard doesn't respond
Ok, try this. Remove the batteries from the keyboard, just type anything randomly for about a minute on the k/b keys (doesnt have to make sense) Just press as many keys as you can. This will discharge the capacitors and reset the k/b. Reinsert the batteries, making sure they are in the correct alignment (try to use new batteries if you can) and connect to reciever. Press the connect button on receiver first, and then press the connect button under the keyboard.
If that still doesn't work, then your keyboard is most likely defective. Make sure you have reinstalled the k/b software first from Logitech..
I also had a non-responsive keyboard that worked for a couple of days after installing. I purchased the unit over a year ago due to a great price. Since it was most likely out of warrantee and new batteries did not help, I open the unit and found a cracked solder connection on the positive battery terminal. I re-soldered the connection and it now works great.
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I'm afraid that keyboards and mice don't like tea much at all. You can pick up keyboards and mice cheap enough and to be honest they are just not worth repairing. Even a tin of Servisol Video 40, which you can spray on the contacts to clean them will cost you as much as a mouse would!
Delete device. reinstall. There may be a setting in the device manager that lets you use only one input method. So if the original keyboard will over ride? All this guess work would be eliminated if you give the os pc specs. If it's an external keyboard on a desktop then you may need to disconnect it? A laptop lets you use more than one input keyboard or wifi mini etc.
Check the cabling from transmitter unit to the back of your pc, unplug and plug the cable back in, perhaps to another USB port. When you do the connect button I have always down the transmitter first and then the device, like they keyboard or mouse. Make sure the batteries you used work. If you have another computer you could try it as a test.
The keyboard has probably died. (It happens often). Here's a great inexpensive combo to replace your current one. https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-MK270-Wireless-Keyboard-Mouse/dp/B00BP5KOPA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1491364851&sr=8-1&keywords=Logitech-MK270-Wireless-Keyboard-Mouse