Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
My mouse was working fine and I put it on the charger and went away for a weekend. When i came back I noticed the mouse wasn't working, it had a green light on the charger but when I took it off the base it blinked red then died. I changed the batteries and tried to resynch it but it still doesn't work. The batteries are correct, I matched them with the previous ones. The connection is secure, I checked that first. I've never had a problem with this before how can I fix it, I really need my computer.
I have had the laser fail in some of these mouse's. I have also had the batteries fail. I have seen cracked circuit boards from the mouse being dropped.
You mentioned that you changed the batteries. I am assuming that you tried new batteries that you know are good.
Technicaly, there are no servicable parts inside of these mice. If the fault is something very simple it can usualy be serviced.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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