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Logitech mx700 mouse won't recharge anymore.

By Renegade3745
Dec 7, 2005
  1. Hi, I joined specifically to ask this question. I've had a logitech wireless desktop for some time, about 2 years now I believe and I've never had a problem with it up until now. As of late the mouse has refused to recharge, why this is I do not know. The problem came up a few months ago off and on, and finally I thought I had it fixed, but last night it again refused to recharge. I think the problem might be that it's not making proper contact somewhere in the charger, then again i could be wrong, there's no ral way for me to know unless I crack the charger open and take a look, but seeing as how there's no way to really do that without risking futher damage I'm screwed.

    Anyone out there with a site or some info. that might help me out??
     
  2. patio

    patio TS Maniac Posts: 482

    Just buy a new set of AA rechargeable batteries...they eventually get to a point where they will no longer charge.
    As to the charger itself i unplug mine and clean the cradle and contacts about every 4 mos. or so with QTips and rubbing alcohol.

    patio. :cool:
     
  3. Renegade3745

    Renegade3745 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Ok. I'm back again. I replaced the batteries and all seemed well, until I went to go charge them. The damn thing still won't recharge. I even cleaned both the contacts on the mouse and on the cradle. The batteries I'm using are AA Energizer 1.2v NiMH.

    Is there a site I can go to with tips on how to repair the cradle and/or mouse, as I fear the contacts may be broken or off a bit.


    Thank you,
    ~Ren
     
  4. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503

    I have the same mouse for also 2-3 years now. Never a problem.
    Looking at the base, it should not be too hard to open it.
    It looks like you need to separate the silver from the black part, using some small screwdrivers.
     
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