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Wireless mouse does not turn on

I have a wireless mouse. the led was low. i replaced the battery with new ones. it came on briefly .now it does not turn on at all.

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  • ra4499 Feb 01, 2009

    No chief, its a microsoft-very expensive keyboard-mouse set. I opened the mouse and noticed some corrosive liquid from the aa cells had droppd on the ic near the LED. I cleaned it off with kerosene and use a pin to clear the corrosive buildup between the contacts. I then put in a pair of cells. The mouse came back to life after 2 days of putting in the cells and taking out as the leds would not respond to a surface as they usually do. now its fine.

  • b-edmonds Feb 05, 2009

    Same problem. Mouse was acting like it needed new batteries. Took out the existing and they had corrosion on them! Put in new batteries and now

    the mouse is not being read by the computer at all. Cursor won't move,

    can't do anything! HELP!

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If it is a Logitech there is a reset button, and an on off button, check them out.

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