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Mouse not working

It was fine yesterday. Changed batteries, no response. Tried reset. Double checked batteries. Using with mac g-5.

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I opened the mouse and took the batteries out and double checked their placement and even though they were in correctly the first time, the mouse started working the second time.

Thanks for your response.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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