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Mouse just won't work

Battery light won't come on. The mouse doesn't function at all. Batteries were replaced. At one point when inserting new batteries, the green on/off indicator light underneath the mouse came on for a second, but then went out. After a while as the batteries are in it I can feel heat along the side of the mouse. I am able to use the cordless mouse from my other computer. Is it time for a mouse funeral or can this be fixed?

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  • Beth Ann Nov 15, 2007

    My cordless mouse won't work, replace batteries, double checked correct positioning for + - I am wondering if it has something to do with the adapter that is used to plug cord into computer, since I went back to my old mouse with chord which connects directly into drive.

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Hi there, Kindly check your your batteries correct orientation. + for Positive and - for negative, this usually causes heat up on gadgets. Else if this does not solve your problem your mouse power section may have a defective or shorted part since it heats up.

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