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I have 'Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere', (gift at Christmas). AC adapter ('switching power supply') Model ER7028EU no longer charges the base unit battery. Is there a known problem with this item please?? Shaun Robinson shaunrobuk1@hotmail.com

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  • anthony3737 Oct 18, 2008

    I have the same problem. Logitech sent me a new unit. Anthony

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If you contact the apple store, they can provide you with the phone number for Logitech. They will ask you to post proof of purchase to them and you will recieve a complete new model. We had exactly the same problem and followed the above process.

Good luck

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