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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: flashing light
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
SOURCE: Logitech mx1000 Not charging.
I had the same problem with the mouse MX1000 not charging when it is on its charger.
Then, I realized that I forgot to plug the adapter for the charger - this charger is not taking its power from the USB port but from an external charger!
Once I plugged the charger, the mouse recharged without any problem.
I hope this helps.
This mouse is really great, once this question of recharge is solved.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
had a similar problem. i took the new batteries out again and WAITED about 20 seconds before putting them back in. the red light stopped blinking.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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: Battery problem,...
I had this problem with mine so lets start by saying there are solutions!!
Logitech state the battery cannot be replaced. It CAN. You can purchase the exact battery from ebay. Its a simple case of taking the orange backing off, removing all the screws (not forgetting the one hidden under the bluetooth address sticker) and popping the keyboard apart. From there, flip out the battery, pop in the new one, put it all back togeather and voila.
Now if you dont care about your warrenty or it has none (as does mine) there are two contacts on the back of the keyboard which connect to the charger stand. Having took the keyboard apart, solder a wire onto each contact and then solder onto the battery connection contacts taking care to match red to red and black to black. Every time the keyboard is docked it will charge until you remove it. One other thing to note is that the low battery will keep flashing at you now and again (according to logitech you have about 10 mins use left until battery gives up) I have been using it for over 5 hours like this and its still going strong.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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