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Batteries will not recharge on stand. Have used different rechargeable batteries but same result

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It could be the metal contacts that's used for recharging the mouse that isn't making a proper connection. The most common cause for this, would be dirt & oil that would build up on the charging contacts over time.

I would try to clean the contacts with a dry tissue paper on both the mouse and the charging stand and see if the mouse will charge properly again.

If that doesn't work, then maybe it's just the recharging circuit inside the mouse that's broken.

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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