I have a Logitech Anywhere mouse that I've had for a while now. It's been doing great but since it last gave the orange/red blinking light showing that the battery needs to be replaced, no battery is working effortlessly anymore.
What does that mean? Basically that I buy new batteries from the store, stick them in, and the orange/red blinking persists. I move the mouse about, flip the switch on and off, press on the battery cover a few times, leave it for a while, and come back to it again... and sometimes if I'm lucky, the mouse will give a green light again and all is well. If not, I have to repeat the whole process and rely on my touchpad until the mouse decides to work again.
I know the best thing may be to just buy a new mouse now, but I want to know if there's some way to fix this since I've loved this mouse so much and maybe there's some simple solution to it. I'm guessing maybe there's some issue in the connection of the on/off switch at the bottom?