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Hanging my batteries

Hi i changed my batteries in my LX5 and it still says my batteries are low what should i do?

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  • cristinafixy Sep 30, 2008

    I put fresh batteries in the mouse and pressed reset, but I still get the message that my batteries are critical. Two other individuals in my department share the same experience.

  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    I tried two sets of batteries that checked out fine on the voltmeter. Not picking up the new batteries for the warning.

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Then the batteries must be low you get the luck of the draw with store bought batterys
in essance i got rid of my wireless microsoft 67 dollar mouse i found out it costs to much in batteries and for that price i bought one laser pointer mouse for games and a track ball mouse for my comp applications this works so much easier

the batteries your device needs is the energizer lithium rechargeble batteries in the silver pack

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