Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
I dropped my cordless logitech mouse from my pant pocket, and when I picked it back, I still saw the green light on when the dongle is not attached to the mouse (ie. recognized that it was not in the off position). But when I attached the dongle to the laptop, the mouse was not recognized and not work any more. Look like there was some red LED at the center of the mouse didn't light up.
I know some electronics, can I do something here to fix it?
Most likely the circuit board has been cracked. In this case, there are most likely traces that have been broken, maybe a connector disconnected, or maybe some parts on the circuit board were mechanicaly broken.
If your mouse uses SMD technology, there is very little chance that it is economicaly serviceable unless it is an easy fix.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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