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I am unable to open the case of my Sitecom wireless optical mouse and install batteries

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    Thanks a lot, it was the right solution! Happy new year!

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    cannot get mouse open to change batteries

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Try the mouse cover behind the Left & Right keys. Put a slight amount of pressure on the cover where your hand rests and slide to the rear. Some of the new mouse batteries are under that cover. Worth a try. Hope this helps. Bud

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