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Batteries begin dying in Dell Wireless Keyboard.

Amber colored light on top of Dell Wireless Keyboard

Some keys stop working on Dell Wireless Keyboard. Someimtes the 'e' and 'c' keys fail first.

If the batteries start failing it may cause issues with password resets.


Batteries for keyboards and mice are provided by their building.

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