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Where do I replace the battery for a cordless
Q: Changing the batteries in my MK300
How do I change the batteries in my MK300?
Wireless Desktop MK300
- Requires 2 AAA alkaline batteries.
- Expected battery life is up to 15 months.
Installing New Batteries
- Requires 2 AA alkaline batteries.
- Expected battery life is up to 8 months.
Install the batteries for your mouse and keyboard by making sure the batteries face the correct direction as shown in the image below.
Battery Replacement Tips
- For best battery performance, always use quality alkaline batteries.
- When replacing batteries, make sure the replacement batteries are new and are within the manufacturer's expiration date.
- Do not mix old and new batteries.
- Do not mix batteries of different brands.
- Do not use rechargeable batteries in this product.
on Nov 05, 2019
Hi! I own a Logitech
given that the microgear function is a very tight mechanism, it is probably a small alignment issue. I would open it back up and check the push button seating and the connecting parts inside where it 'flips the switch'.
I'm not sure if it is mechanical or digital; it feels mechanical. if so, it is very sensitive to that alignment. if digital, governed by a micro-switch on the circuit board, then check the board for any damage done during the cleaning of trash in the edges of the micro-switch socket preventing it from operating.
on Feb 17, 2018
Logitech M505 left clicks by itself. Changed
I seriously doubt the computer would left click by itself. I have worked on computers since the 70's and have not seen it. There could be two or more reasons for the left clicking. First, and mostly, I would suspect the mouse. I would get a wired mouse and see if it stops. If not, then I would check the keyboard. Some keyboards have mouse controls, and a key could be "sticky". By the way, if you have the original paperwork for the phone, I bet it would say "may cause interference with other electronic devices".
on Dec 14, 2017
My batteries won't recharge.
Without knowing how long you have been using the mouse it's hard to say. But, my first guess would be that it is time to change the battery. Rechargeable batteries don't last forever.
on Nov 03, 2017
Just bought a new M305
Are there other wireless devices nearby that could be interfering with the signal? Is there a button on the USB dongle and the mouse that can be pressed so the two receivers can locate each other?
on Oct 15, 2017
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