I just replaced the battery on my Palm Tungsten T3 and after I put the pda back together, the only time the digitzer works is when the pda is full extended. As soon as I slid up the bottom half, the digitzer does not receive stlyus input. It works perfectly when the pda is fully extended and not when it is closed.
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On the one I have, you put your thumbnail or letter opener at the back of the mouse right below where it says "Staples," at the point, and lift up. It's on the top of the mouse, and it is a little "door."
Usually on the under side of the mouse there is a battery door, if not there than on the TOP side of the mouse the palm part usually detaches (slides back) to access the batteries. Most wireless mice require 2 AA batteries. Some times there is a slide button on the bottom that releases the palm portion of the top of the mouse - I have seen this in the new logitech mouses.
The battery is located under the place you put your palm. You need to grasp that piece from the top and pull back to disengage it from the rest of the mouse. I think it might take won AA battery, but I'm not sure
I put together what I knew where it went, the put the whole thing together and looked at it before putting in the screws. I saw a hole and remembered a "button" there that moved sideways with a spring pushing it back into the original place. I reopened and after examining the part put it in that slot. I then put it together and it worked. I put the screws back in then and all is well Thank you for the reply. Glad I found your site. I will keep it if I ever need any help. Kathryn
The piece of plastic where your palm would rest on the mouse is the compartment for the batteries. The piece of plastic has the GE logo on it. You need to slide the piece of plastic away from the direction of the mouse buttons. You will then be able to put the batteries inside and slip the piece of plastic back on.