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hi marlys, i am happy to assist , Ya its not too easy to replace battery in logitech cordless mouse,in the back of mouse, you have mouse pad just remove it , you can see they provision to remove the mouse, there been Four screws been inside that mouse pad, But before going to open your mouse just check you have new battery with you, if you connt find in any shops just go to eBay , you can get it thee, If you mansion the excate model name of your mouse mean i will send video for that particular model itself , no issue just check out this video
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Exposed batteries of a wireless mouse
Flip your mouse over and remove the battery cover. Gently pull it up and set it down in a safe place.
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Carefully remove each battery.
the new AA batteries into the mouse. Make sure the positive and
negative connectors are lined up correctly. Do not force or jam your
batteries into place.
the battery cover over the opening and click it into place. Flip your
mouse over. If your particular mouse has a charged or not-charged
display light, make sure it is showing full strength.
Usually Cordless mouse comes with rechargable batteries, that you don't need to change so frequently, if you charge them at regular intervals with charger provied along.
However, you can change the batteries, by turning the mouse upside down. Now you see the battery compartment, just open it by pressing the lock down. Now pull down the old batteries and replace with new one. Just make sure that the new batteries are placed in the same way as the old one.
There is actually no release button on my 5000. Between the white on-off button and the bluetooth synch button there is a finger notch. If you put your index finger in the notch (pointing toward the base of the mouse you can put your nail under the lip and the batter compartment opens right up. There is a horizontal slot in the battery cover - trying to pry that open does not work. The whole thing is well-cloaked but surprisingly easy when you figure it out!
I'll give you info on how to change batteries in two different type mouse units. Not sure what type you have.
The normal way to change batteries on a mouse is to turn it over and open the little door on the bottom The compartment holds 2 AA batteries.
If the mouse doesn't have a little door to open on
the bottom, then try this.
Just behind the Left and Right keys where your hand rests,
apply firm pressure down on the cover and slide to the rear.
Some mouse manufactures have used this type of access to replace the