The Ultra AC Adapter has the following output specification. Rated Output Voltage - 9 Volts DC at 200 Milliamps to 1.3 Amp Max Center of pin Positive Pin Size Length - 9.5 mm Width - 5.5 mm Center Hole - 2.1 mm
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Also make sure the mouse is not too far away from the base / cradle and there is nothing blocking the sensor on the front of the mouse cradle.
Make sure all the cables are fully inserted. Check both ends of the power adapter plug going into the back of the mouse cradle and the plugs leading to the back of the computer.
Try cleaning the little red LED light under the mouse with a QTip to remove any dust.
Make sure you restart your computer with the mouse cradle / base plugged into the mouse port. Then be sure to connect the base and the mouse by pushing the button on the base unit, then the small button on the underside of the wireless mouse.
Also try using a different mouse pad. Some work better than others with certain brands of wireless mice. And also make sure there is not another wireless mouse being used in close proximity. The two can often interfere with each other.
i dont know if this helps but the polarity of the power source going in to the keyboard may have an affect on it, i have one of these keyboards myself and on the back of the keyboard there is a schematic on how the polarity of the power source should be
Two things: 1) This mouse and charger does not like rechargeables larger than 1800mAH. The light on the front will(sometimes) go red if you use a higher rated battery than the 1800mAH. You said you replaced the batteries, but might want to check their rating. 2) My mouse gets harder and harder to get a good connection when putting it in the cradle. Might be the contacts are getting dirty. When you put it in the charger, you should see the optical beam (red on the back) go out and the green light on the front turn on. If this doesn't happen, it isn't connected.
You do have the cradle plugged in and the batteries installed the right direction in the mouse? I know it's obvious, but the questions always have to be asked.
By default this comes with rechargeable batteries but just to make sure it isn't a battery/charger problem try using new alkaline batteries. If it works then you may have a problem with the charger.
If the problem definitely isn't batteries then the next candidate is transmission of the signal between the cradle and the mouse. Move the base or the mouse to within a few inches of each other. Make sure the mouse is working then start moving the mouse/cradle to its original position or further away till the problem reappears. Chances are you'll find an obstruction or a distance issue. Ordinarily these should transmit at least 3 to 5 feet away, sometimes even further. Over time I have seen a degradation of the range to the point where they have to be fairly close together to work reliably. If its still within the warranty I?d call Logitech for a repair/replacement.
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