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I have a dell 4700 computor with a wired mouse. Does it have a battery and if so how do I replace it?

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  • bigggmike00 May 11, 2010

    If Its wired It more than likely has no battery. Is it a scroll "Ball" Or optical "Red Light"?

    whats the problem u are having?

    -Mike

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Hi
almost all of muses work with battrey power.to change the battrey you need to go back to manual book and see the instructions how to instal or uninstal the battrey. becouse mjarety of mouses are difrent then the other one.but as a genral ,either they have slider to open them or have battrey door with scrows.
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Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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