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PavLuvDog
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how to turn off wireless keyboard

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Pavilion AIO 27 d0072
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

The wireless mouse has an underside switch to turn power off, e.g. during extended non-use, which is nice. There's no info on if or how the wireless keyboard can be turned off. There is no switch, unless some nifty key strokes are the answer. During initial setup the small light on the caps lock key illuminates, indicating the keyboard is active.  But after that, after up and running, this light functions as usual- light off = lower case; on = upper case.  So the basic question is, is there a way to turn off power to the wireless keyboard without removing the battery?

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Hello
is it this model?

27-d0072 Product Specifications

as you can see, we are given no indication of the exact model of the keyboard
I give you some link just in case, but I think unnecessary!
Logic would say that if it is well designed, and there is no button, that it turns off automatically if the pc is turned off, or that it hardly consumes anything!
If there is a button it can be seen, so if nothing above or below, there is unfortunately nothing to do

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https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-all-in-one-pc-27-d0000i/37914264/model/38111574/tro...


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Prométhée
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Hello
is it this model?

27-d0072 Product Specifications

as you can see, we are given no indication of the exact model of the keyboard
I give you some link just in case, but I think unnecessary!
Logic would say that if it is well designed, and there is no button, that it turns off automatically if the pc is turned off, or that it hardly consumes anything!
If there is a button it can be seen, so if nothing above or below, there is unfortunately nothing to do

User Guide

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-all-in-one-pc-27-d0000i/37914264/model/38111574/tro...


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PavLuvDog
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Thank You!

I'll 'accept as solution' next time around.  I was able to find a user manual for my keyboard online KHSA-P003K Keyboard User Manual User Guide Primax Electronics (fccid.io).  The document indicates there is no switch, which was obvious.  I did wonder if there is a keystroke sequenced switch (apparently not).  What is also obvious is HP apparently uses different keyboards for the same Pavilion 27 model, but provides no relevant info on the keyboard used that is specific to the purchased product.  Whether it turns off automatically with PC powerdown remains unanswered.  My guess is it won't.  Based on other forums on wireless keyboards in general, the predominant theme seems to be that you need to remove the batteries to kill power.  PS, I created a case file with HP to get this answer.  I'm still waiting.  Frustrating that they are not answering a basic question that should be in the specifications.

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