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Jamie Skelton Posted on May 15, 2007

Labtec Wireless Optical Mouse

Okay, wierd problem, the batteries in my mouse are perfect, new full... however ever now and again the mouse will just turn its self off, and i have to pop out one of the batteries and put it back in the get the mouse working again.... im not sure why but it's annoying me.... alot, does anyone have any experience of this problem or does anyone have any suggestions

  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2009

    its is a product problem - mine wasnt working and i just took out the batteries and it worked

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All i did was keep working with it, like changing the batteries like taking them out and putting them back in....

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I dont think its terminals are dirty but check for it, check also the placement of the battery if it is loose, contact may be lost while fast moving the mouse. for component checking, a capacitor may not be working. check also for cold solders.

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