What else could be the issue??
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Hello! I would suggest going to the manufacture.
Information from logitech forum!!
1. Remove the batteries from the keyboard and press keys on the keyboard repeatedly (as if typing) for approximately two minutes. This will clear out the capacitors.
2. Press the Connect button on the receiver.
3. Press the Connect button on the mouse. NOTE: You may need a pencil tip or other small tip to press the connect button.
4. Press the Connect button on the receiver.
5. Insert the batteries back into the keyboard.
6. Press the Connect button on the keyboard.
Edited by donetao, 06 July 2014 - 04:50 PM.
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