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When you say turn on, I assume you mean the mouse itself shows no indication of power. An easy way to check this is to turn the mouse upside-down and look at the red led light that illuminates the desk surface for the optical camera (This is most typically red, on particular models it can be other colors). If it's red and lit, then your mouse is receiving power. If that's the case, the problem could be that your mouse is simply not synchronizing with your system, or that it is not properly installed.
If the red light is not turning on, then the mouse is in fact defective. There is little to repair physically with optical mice, or mice in general. If you've ensured that the mouse has new batteries (not just old ones from out of the desk drawer that were new last year) and it is completely lifeless, I would say it's defective and should be replaced.
Hope that helps.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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