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Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac®  Y-R0016

Changing the batteries in the K750 keyboard for Mac

Updated:  05/03/2018 10:08 AM

The K750 keyboard for Mac comes with a rechargeable ML2032 button-cell battery. 

  • In order to keep operating in the temporary absence of light, your k750 keyboard features a rechargeable battery that stores energy collected by solar cells and provides this energy to the keyboard when needed. 
  • If your keyboard has stopped working it might be because this rechargeable battery has reached its end of life and it might be replaced; here is what you should do to replace it:
  1. Order the right replacement battery - ML2032 Lithium battery. Unfortunately, due to shipping restrictions, we are not able to sell this part. Please source the battery from any retailer that is selling "ML2032 from Maxell"  
  2. Remove the battery tray at the back of your keyboard, using a small flathead screwdriver, as shown in the video below.
  3. Remove used battery from tray  (Ignore "DO NOT REPLACE BATTERY" instruction on the label) and hand it over to the appropriate collection point for the recycling of batteries.
  4. Insert the new ML2032 Lithium battery into the tray and put it back in place.
     
VIDEO - K750 battery door replacement

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