Question about Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless (097855023933) Mouse

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I think my mouse battery might be dying :(

So I have my mouse charged and has plenty of batteries and works fine 90% of the time. That other 10% of the time the mouse LED flashes red for a second and the mouse is unresponsive. I have experimented and even when the mouse isn't connected to anything and is just on, it will still flash the low battery light. Do I need to replace the battery or is it just better to replace the whole mouse? I doubt the warranty is still good.

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  • Redtide Jul 07, 2008

    Can someone give me a link to a good tutorial on at least how to open the mouse and mess with the battery?

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Depending on how old the unit is, the rechargeable battery may well be faulty. I believe theis mouse comes with a 3yr warranty though. I suggest you contact logitech for a warranty claim
if less than 3 years old.

The other option may be to open up the unit and replace the battery yourself.

read THIS thread on the logitech support forum.

Good luck

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Check the connections at the battery you might have to bend the silver tab closer to the battery or stick a little aluminum foil to the battery as you put it in

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