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Laser Mouse MX 1000 By logitech

Batteries are critical on led. Docking station will only charge a few seconds and stays stuck with three green led's on. How can I change the batteries?

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  • bruce57 Nov 04, 2007

    When I place my MX1000 mouse incharger cradle I keep getting a batteries critical message. Anyone have a solution? I am using setpoint 400 and windows Vista Ultimate.



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The battery is designed to be non-replaceable. If it is less than 3 years old, call logitech and they will ship you a replacement (though it's a mx revolution because the 1000 is gone).

If it's more than 3 years old, you will have to buy a klic-5001 battery and use it to replace the one inside yours.

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Try replacing with new rechargable batterys

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For those with an MX1000---search on eBay for a Kodak FLIC-5001 battery. I paid $3.99 for mine. It is a 3.7V 1800mAH battery which is a bit more powerful than the stock battery that was supplied with the MX1000. This battery works very well but you would need to solder the three wires to it (from the old battery). This is not difficult for someone who owns a soldering iron. I have this Kodak battery installed in my MX1000 and it works perfectly.

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