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My logitech wireless mouse Light doesn;t stay on so I forget to turn it off thus battery will run out fast lighthouse_jmk@yahoo.com

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The reason that the light does not stay on is that it only comes on to let you know that the battery is good it stays on about ten seconds, then goes into a sleep mode in order to save the battery. This happens after it does not sense motion. Since it has to transmit the motion to the receiver, this also saves battery. The only power is a small parasitic drain to the led under the bottom. The battery should last about 3 months even if you do not turn the mouse off. Of course it is better to turn the mouse off when not in use, but the small cost of a double A battery is not commensurate with the effort to remember to turn the device off.

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