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Mouse EATS batteries

I have a Labtech 867574 Combo Keyboard/Mouse. The mouse batteries last only about three weeks. I assume that's not the wy it's supposed to work. Any help appreciated.

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  • denborden929 Feb 28, 2009

    Thanks for your quick reply. I do use Duracell or Eveready Alkalines, but 3 weeks seems excessively low. Surprised I don't see more complaints on this. My other computer has a Logitech and it lasts at least 6 months. Both computers get daily use 8-10 hours a day.

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Use either good known name alkaline batties such as Duracell or Energizer for examples or rechargeable batteries. Alkalines last much I had the same problem and i use either Alkaline or rechargeables depending on the money I want to spend. Hope this helps.


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