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IN order to get a replacement for a faulty mouse, you have to first REGISTER the mouse on Logitech's Website, and then you can go through the RMA (Return Material Authorization) process and have a replacement sent to you.
This mouse shows to have a 3 year warranty.
It is a process, but its really the only way to get a replacement.
Unless you still have the receipt, and you can return it to the store you purchased it from, and exchange it?
Here is the Link to L:ogitechs website and how you can register the mouse to be able to take advantage of the warranty, and the RMA process.
Oh you did it perfectly!
YOu created the case, which will lead to the RMA process. They may not call it an RMA, but the process remains the same. Policies change within companies, and the term RMA may not be used anymore. and they have moved over to the case creation process.
Either way, once they respond to your case....you will be presented with options to get a replacement.
You are almost there! Stick with it...and if you really want it to be replaced....then just be direct with them and say so....they may deny you, and offer another option...like a similar model, but of the same value. So you have to be willing to give and take, as some things just are not possible, like an exact replacement, it may be out of stock, or whatever.
But the overall goal is to get you another mouse that is of the same value with the same or similar features, focusing on the side buttons that were the original reason for the purchase.
Hang in there, they are a big company, so it may take a bit of time.
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