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Receiver Pings and Mouse will not work.

The receiver pings.I don't think it is connecting. When I move it around it works sometime. And if I push the button on the receiver it will work for a minute.

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This is probably the problem. Turn the mouse over and find the small reset button on the mouse and press it. If that doesn work press the button on the receiver and then on the mouse. Hope that fixes it. Bud

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