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My pink case logic wireless mouse will not hold a charge for more then an hour or two. I charge it for hours at a time and even changed the batteries but nothing helps.

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Hi! The problem may not be on the batteries but surely is on the internal parts. The circuit board may be faulty causing an excessive discharge to the batteries. I suggest that you replace the wireless mouse for the one you are using may have reached it's break point. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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