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Is Logitech MX900 charging?

Silly question... I have a Logitech MX900 wireless mouse, and I haven't used it in years, so I don't remember how to tell if it's charging. I just put Energizer rechargeable batteries in it. The red light on the top is flashing very quickly, followed by a slow flash by the red light on the bottom. Is this correct?

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cycle the batteries in a external charger a fex times (charge then discharge) I suspect that over the years of using then putting it in its dock the batteries have had a very erratic charge discharge cycle cycling them as I suggest should bring them back.

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Logitech M700 Mouse recharging problem

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.

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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It depends on the mouse. Sometimes the red light flashes to signify the processing of a command. If it is continually flashing, then you may want to replace the battery.

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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SOURCE: red light flashing top of logitech wireless

The flashing light could be a reflection from the LED and mirror or laser on the bottom of the mouse. I had this similar problem and it drove me nuts until I happened to hold it up to a mirror and noticed the flashing was in sync bot top and bottom of the mouse.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

SOURCE: CE0682 logitech mouse

"Normal" batteries are 1.5 Volts per "Cell" However Ni-Cads, rechargeables, each "Cell" is only 1.2 Volts. So the rechargeables simply may not work... If they do work, then there is NO reason why not.

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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