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I purchased a nexxtech cordless mouse when I purchased my laptop. I have had to replace the batteries at least 10 times since I purchased it. I am thinking thats alot since it is only 6 months old. Am I doing something wrong? Everytime I think I will pack it up and take it back to the source... it starts working again. Please help

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Hello,
Change the mouse ,because there is a short circuit, which is damaging your battery.

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Shibuda.

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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