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Logitech M700 Mouse recharging problem

When I put my M700 Logitech Mouse into its cradle to recharge, it doesnt. Both A1 green light and F lock green light is showing but the batteries quickly die during the week so I have to recharge them separately - what is the problem?

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  • karja Jan 10, 2008

    Thanks I will try this.



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Try replacing batteries by newones,since they are ni-cd type,they do have limited no.of charge/recharge cycles and tend to lose performance with time.

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