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Battery usage I replaced the batteries in my mouse last week and again, today, the batteries were dead. It doesn't have a model number on it, just a black mouse with a dark blue top. It appears that it's sucking too much from the AA batteries. I've only had this for less than six months. Is this a common problem?

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    Same....so i bought a charger and aaa batteries, charged em and nothing..now it doesn't work at all

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Mine normally lasted for about a month. Went to rechargables. Cheaper overall.

A week is bad. I'd be calling Logitech, or the store you purchased it at.

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