I used a flat-head screwdriver to tease off the lowermost two feet on the bottom of the mouse and the large one at the top. The rest as they say, is history The “banging it on the desk” trick worked for a few weeks for me, then I started to get the red light again. By pressing him down, flat to the backstand the charging started, but releasing the mouse, he was lifted up a little and charging stopped. If it repeats, I will follow through with Dave’s recommendation.
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I slammed my mouse If you’re having trouble with the Smart Installer, try downloading the Full Installer package. M-rbw124 offers a way to get more out of SetPoint than Logitech had been kind enough to offer.
Now I can just get back to work.
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Thanks Dave, taking the mouse apart and cleaning the battery contacts worked! You pop the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver in your notebook and leave it there. I too found the slamming trick to work.
Put the mouse back together and hey presto I have green charge lights.
Eventually slamming stops working effectively and requires more and more slamming. Solvusoft is recognized by Microsoft as a leading Independent Software Vendor, achieving the highest level of completence and excellence in software logtiech. If it fails, I’ll open it up and perform Dave’s “surgery” to see what happens. If the channel light continues blinking slowly, see below to fix the problem.
Easy fix for Logitech MX Revolution not charging
I measured on battery 4. So you might get a quick fix or just bash your mouse and break something else.
I think what these must be are contacts for electrical grounding, so thinking they might be screwing with electrical logitfch, I gave them a good cleaning and re-assembled the mice. That cure seemes to have done the trick! If anyone feels reasonably handy with a soldering iron and wants to give it a go, the connections for the charging pads are easy enough to find, relatively large compared to other solder points in that mouse anyway. Took the mouse apart lkgitech with the multimeter followed the charge circuit.
Now been working fine for a week. Kudos to Logitech for their Diehard Mouse of the century with this build. Looking for more See all results: I had a different fix to others because I seem to have the very latest version of this mouse.
So I got out the soldering iron and remelted the solder connections. Its amazing,I was about to buy a new one and you know what? I put mouse on charger and it say it is charged.
Came here in to fix my mouse and it worked. Stick a couple of layers of insulating tape over the ridges and screw the base plate back on.
In extracting the battery inside the mouse, I snapped off on of the little plastic bits that helps to hold the battery in place.
What I did was to open it and clean the battery cable slot and miracously it worked. Feels like its not reading the surface as it’s supposed to. Like most people here the charging lights would escalate upward a few times, then the red flashing m-gbq124 of death would blink, then it would go back to green, etc.
To do this, gently pull the resting plate forward and slip some paper behind the plate, between it and the semi-circular piece behind it. While charging, the green lights would go up gradually but fall back on to a blinking red light. Remember how the power connector is laying inside the base for later. The mouse will now hit a bit more of a resistance while sliding into place when you put it into the charger. You have been warned!!! Thanks to all who posted that it worked for them.