Broken MX-1000

pdpfilms

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Recently (beginning this morning), my Logitech MX-1000 has been acting up. It's battery meter has been "in the red" literally all day, and when i attempt to charge it, it flashes red. Has anyone experienced this or can anyone guess what this means? I've tried plugging the power cord into several outlets, all of which provide the same results.
 

monty77

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pdpfilms said:
Recently (beginning this morning), my Logitech MX-1000 has been acting up. It's battery meter has been "in the red" literally all day, and when i attempt to charge it, it flashes red. Has anyone experienced this or can anyone guess what this means? I've tried plugging the power cord into several outlets, all of which provide the same results.
Batteries not accepting a charge?

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candan9019

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Same thing started happening to me last month. It would not hold a charge and the battery meter would blink red when I put it in the cradle. I tried everything I could think of and got it working for a while but it would always act up again.

It still had warranty left so I got Logitech to replace it. It almost seemed like it was a common problem when I was talking to them since she didn't ask many questions.
 
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pdpfilms

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candan9019 said:
Same thing started happening to me last month. It would not hold a charge and the battery meter would blink red when I put it in the cradle. I tried everything I could think of and got it working for a while but it would always act up again.

It still had warranty left so I got Logitech to replace it. It almost seemed like it was a common problem when I was talking to them since she didn't ask many questions.
Damn... i suspected as much. Looks like its gonna be a warranty. Thanks for the info.
 
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