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Light in mouse flashes.... changed batteries, still flashes, should I not use it for a certain period of time, or could there be another problem ?

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Upside down the mouse and check stop that flashing.
if not stop, most probably have some problem with the mouse.

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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