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Problem with wireless mouse

When mouse is in charging dock the red light flashes insted of the green light staying on

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  • jumic23 Jan 19, 2009

    I am having the same problem. I have renewed the re-chargeable batteries and this has not solved the problem.

  • mlholbrook Jan 19, 2009

    I have the same problem - mouse will not stay charged. I have changed batteries again and again - they only last a couple of weeks with limited use before they are low charge again......very frustrating and time consuming.



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Sad to say that Cordless Mouse consumes power so fast thats why many of us are having the same trouble.
Besides, the quality/price of the re-chargable batteries greatly matter when considering their power backup

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