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Using a4tech G6saver mini wireless desktop keyboard and mouse, model GK-520D. RF receiver and mouse working ok. Green LED on rcvr blinks when mouse moved. Cursor moves on screen. Keyboard not communicating with receiver. No LED blinking when keys depressed. No characters show on screen. Replaced batteries in keyboard, no luck, Pressed Connect button on bottom of KB but no luck. KB and mouse have been working fine for about 4 months. Now no KB. Suggestions? Thanks, Bob Tellefsen

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  • n6wg Apr 03, 2011

    Ezrahite

    I have replaced the batteries in the KB with no result.

    I'll be taking the KB back to Fry's to see if I can replace it with

    another, or get a refund. I really like the KB, but can't afford

    one that fails easily.

    Thanks,

    Bob Tellefsen

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Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. Since the mouse is communicating with the RF receiver it seems that there is no problem with the receiver of the GK-520D. The things that you need to look into is the battery and the sensor of the keyboard. Make sure you replace it with a fresh battery and press the connect button light should lit up as it connects. However if it will not respond on the receiver after pressing the reset button most likely that the sensor of the keyboard is not working. Im not sure if the warranty of the mouse and keyboard is for a year but if it does then you need to ask for replacement for it.

Thanks

Posted on Apr 03, 2011

  • Rofel Lantican
    Rofel Lantican Apr 03, 2011

    Not a problem Bob. Yes you can bring back the KB to Fry's and see if they can replace it. The Keyboard is good specially it is connect to an RF receiver. If you have questions please let me know ok. Thanks for using Fixya

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