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Did the wireless keyboard work ok previously, or are you trying to set it up for the first time?
Have you tried replacing the batteries in the wireless keyboard?
Has it worked since the batteries were swapped?
The batteries may not be making good contact inside the battery compartment.
This usually works: Take the batteries out, then roll up a small piece of tin foil about the size of a pea and use it to help the batteries make better contact with the terminals inside the battery compartment.
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Ahh ok, so there is a portion of the keyboard that is faulty.
Did any liquid get spilt on it, or are any of those keys stuck down?
Can you test the keyboard with a different Mac?
Ok, I suspect that the keyboard has a fault, and testing it on another Mac would help confirm this.
Do you have another keyboard that you can connect to your Mac?
As only a portion of the keyboard is affected, it is a hardware fault and not a software fault.