Battery Safety and Disposal Instructions
Logitech products that use batteries have either user-serviceable batteries or non-user-serviceable batteries. Please follow the instructions below for safe handling and proper disposal of each type of battery.
- Do read the instructions for battery replacement or recharging in your Logitech product's Setup Guide or Getting Started Guide. Make sure to insert new batteries correctly, following the symbols for positioning the positive (+) and negative (-) ends of each battery.
- Do replace batteries with the size and type specified in your Logitech product's Setup Guide or Getting Started Guide. Remove all batteries from the product at the same time.
- Do charge rechargeable batteries with the instructions and correct charging equipment supplied with your Logitech product.
- Do store batteries in a cool, dry place at normal room temperature. Remove batteries from devices that will be stored unused for extended periods.
- Do dispose of batteries according to the local laws and regulations of your region. Some batteries may be recycled, and may be accepted for disposal at your local recycling center. If you are not able to identify the applicable rules in your area, please check the instructions of the battery manufacturer.
- Do contact Logitech Customer Support if you have questions about proper handling of batteries. Batteries may present a risk of fire, explosion, or chemical burn if mistreated.
- Do not disassemble, puncture, modify, drop, throw, or cause other unnecessary shocks to batteries.
- Do not dispose of batteries in a fire or trash incinerator, or leave batteries in hot places such as a automobile under direct sunlight.
- Do not store batteries near an oven, stove, or other heat source.
- Do not connect batteries directly to an electrical source, such as a building outlet or automobile power-point.
- Do not place batteries into a microwave oven, or into any other high-pressure container.
- Do not immerse batteries in water or otherwise get them wet.
- Do not short circuit batteries; for example, do not carry loose batteries in a pocket or purse with other metail objects, which may inadvertently cause a battery to short circuilt.
- Do not use batteries, or charge rechargeable batteries, that appear to be leaking, discolored, rusty, deformed; emit an odor; or are otherwise abnormal.
- Do not touch leaking batteries directly; wear protective material to remove the batteries and dispose of them properly immediately.
- Do not reverse the polarity (positive and negative terminals) of batteries.
- Do not mix used and new batteries, or install used batteries in other equipment.
- Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries, or use unspecified charging instructions or equipment for rechargeable batteries.
- Do not continue to charge batteries beyond the specified time.
- Do not give batteries to young children, or store batteries where children may access them.
- Do not put batteries in mouth. If swallowed, contact physician or local poison control center immediately.
Some Logitech products have a non-user-serviceable battery, as specified in the provided Setup Guide or Getting Started Guide. Please do not attempt to change these batteries yourself. Instead, contact Logitech Customer Support for repair or replacement information.