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  • michaelb1031 May 05, 2009

    My Logitech opitcal mouse has stopped working. It was working fine. Then I went out to dinner for two hours and when I came back it was dead. I replaced the batteries. I checked the control panel. I was informed that the device 'is working properly'. I am out of ideas. Can anyone out there help me?

    Thanks.



    Michael

    Olympia, WA

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New batteries??
have you paired it with the receiver?

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