Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
The mouse is now constantly turning itself off and I need to push the connect button almost every 5 seconds. I am wondering what is wrong or if a battery slot is found somewhere in the mouse because I cannot find it.
If your mouse is the one in the picture, there should be a sliding panel in the bottom of the mouse. Flip the mouse upside down with the scroll wheel facing furthest away from you. Now place your thumbs on either side of the base where the bumps are and press/slide towards the ball in the middle. It should unlock and you'll be able to lift up the compartment door and find the batteries. They should be AAA if I remember correctly. Also make sure that nothing is blocking the signal to the receiver. A weak battery combined with this would equal your problem.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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