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Cordless Mouse #CE0682

I would like to know that when I shut down my laptop, which is where I use this mouse; the light (red) does not shut off. To solve the problem I remove both batteries; there must be something else I can do to solve this problem and to keep wearing out the batteries.

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The mouse is not supposed to go off when the computer is turned off. But it does have three modes so that it can recognize the power it needs to use: in use mode, temporary not in use mode, and long-term or overnight not in use modes. The red light should flicker in the second mode and should dim in the third mode. If you want to save batteries though, you can keep taking them out.

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