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Turn the mouse over. There is a battery cover that needs to slide to open. Your mouse should take 1 AA alkaline battery. Also there is a recesssed button on the underside that you you can press (with a pen tip or paper clip to reset the mouse). Either the new battery or the reset should solve your problem.
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It varies somewhat from mouse to mouse. Go to the logitech website and click on the support link. You can get the model number off the bottom of the mouse. Enter it there and you will get a download link for the manual that shows you how to access the batteries.
1. Change batteries 2. Go to control panel 3. Click Bluetooth Icon 4. Delete the Bluetooth Mouse 5. Click on Add new wireless device 6. Press the pairing device on the keyboard 7. Bluetooth Mouse will be detected 8. Follow the onscreen instructions
Hope this helps, Tried it several times and it works perfectly
The red light is flashing and I am unable to use the mouse, is there a battery and if so how do I access it? I tried to access the back as it looks like you can push the back and it should open to access a battery but it won't open.
I had a similar problem with my battery going dead in my Logitech mouse. There was a "aa" battery located under the rear top cover. it's the part that has the Logitech logo on it. You simply press the button underneath the mouse @ the back that has a LOCK symbol on it & lift off the cover. Put in a new battery & you should be good to go.