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Receiver Lights??? On the receiver sometimes 2 lights are on "1" "F" but the first light "A" is off and the mouse and keyboard work fine. Other times I've seen all lights are on.Is there are problem if the A light if off?

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  • Anonymous Sep 23, 2008

    It's pretty simple. "A" represents CAPS LOCK, "1" NUM LOCK, and "F" FUNCTION LOCK

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This is completely correct. its like a wired keyboard.

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