Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
They threw away the box with the instructions and we are now being told it's batteries are low and we can't get the thing to open anywhere to find the batteries. Help!
I had a similar problem with my battery going dead in my Logitech mouse. There was a "aa" battery located under the rear top cover. it's the part that has the Logitech logo on it. You simply press the button underneath the mouse @ the back that has a LOCK symbol on it & lift off the cover. Put in a new battery & you should be good to go.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
I have a logitech wireless mouse and it is not working, how do I access the battery or is there a battery, the red light is flashing and I can't use the mouse at all.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
The only clue on my mouse was three fine lines slightly prominent on the mouse moulding directly above the Logitech logo - this proved to be an arcane instruction to press the logo and slide the entire upper rear part of the mouse off the base - revealing a apir of standard AA batteries - job done
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
My mouse has a little button on the bottom with a "lock" symbol on it. Press this and the battery chamber opens. My mouse takes a AA battery. Don't know the model.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
As of 9-20-09 Depending on the model of your mouse, on the bottom there is a button next to the battery symbol all you need to do is press this button and the top bottom portion the with the logitech name on it should lift off to revile battery department.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
I tried to follow sandkeyfred's advice, but maybe mine is a different model. The most prominent number on the bottom is CE0560, so maybe that's the model number on my Logitech wireless mouse. It may be that I just didn't follow fred's instructions, but I found two AA batteries in the compartment. To find batteries - press down on the Logitech logo that looks like a crescent moon on left and the sun on the right. At same time, slide the larger COVER (don't try anything on the underside - the batteries are accessed from the top of the mouse) backward and voila!
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Hi AN other solution could be that your receptacle that you place your mouse into to recharge our mouse could be faulty and not sending enough charge to your mouse try a new set of batteries in the receptacle and if this fails i would sagest that you buy a new mouse one that has it`s batteries stored in the base of the mouse Hope this Helps Paddy
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
I have a logitech laser mouse but cannot find the instructions on how to change the battery - I can't locate it. I need to change the battery but cannot open the mouse itself. Help!
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
I have a problem! my cordless mouse doesn't open i guesss. No! i am just dumb. when i press the buttom that has the battery sign. nothing comes up! I NEED DETAILED INFO
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Solution #8 - Stu_Wade! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I have the Logitech Optical Mouse C-UM34 and the when I plugged it into my new computer the computer indicated that it detected the device and that it was 'ready for use' but it wouldn't work. Then I noticed the red light on the mouse was on. I ended up using an old corded mouse, then got the optical mouse out again a few mos later and the red light wasn't on anymore (it was just dead!). After much googling, I realized that the batteries were dead. (I didn't even realize the thing had batteries!) I bought the mouse used, with no packaging or manual, so I couldn't figure out where the batteries are! After much more googling, I came across this site and your post. You mentioned the 3 tiny lines just above the Logitech logo, and how to slide that cover off, and lo and behold, I did it, and it came off very easily and the batteries were right there! So thank you! I know this is an old thread, but hopefully someone else will see it and not rush out to buy a new mouse because they think there's is toast. I replaced the batteries and it works great now. Thanks again!
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
How do I open my Logitech mouse to replace the batteries?
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
I recently changed the batteries in the Logitech mouse MX700 because I could not charge the battery, but the red light won't go away.
I have pressed the buttons on both the charger and mouse to possibly charge a low battery. Initially the light turns to green, then red then goes off. When I try to use the mouse, the red light again starts flashing.
What is the problem?
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
THANK YOU! AFTER YOU TELLING ME THAT I LOOKED ON THE PERSONS DESK WHO IS GETTING THIS COMPUTER AND NOTICED A CRADDLE FOR CHARGING THE MOUSE.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
Although it will void the manufacturer's waranty; if you need to change the li-ion battery generally you will have to unscrew the mouse piece by piece to get to the batter housing. Just make sure you match the replacement batter correctly. However try everything else first as it can be easy to ruin a potentially good mouse by deconstructing it. Also be sure to follow state, local and federal guidlines when disposing of the old LI batt. This is not a deffinate, but it worked for me.
On my mouse an mx laser bluetooth thingie, I had to uncover screw ports and then actually had to drill (with a small dremel) to get the last screw underneath some translucent plastic.
Proceed at your own risk.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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Turn the mouse over so the back is facing upward, then slide the power switch to the "off" position.
Place the mouse on its back and slide the battery cover off the front of the mouse with your thumb.
Remove the old batteries by sliding them out of the battery holder.
Slide two fresh AA batteries into the battery holder. Make sure you orient the batteries with the positive sides facing the plus signs and negative sides facing the minus signs.
Slide the battery cover back into position until it snaps into place.
Slide the power switch on the bottom of the mouse to the "on" position to resume use.
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