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If the battery is on the top, press the topshell backward to take it off
If the battery is under the mice, press the lid to open it

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Depends on the mouse model, but it should have a slide out drawer on the bottom or top to give you battery access.

Post the make and model and I can be more specific for you.

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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