Question about NexxTech NWOMMI Mouse
Sorry without taking off the batteries?
Unless that mouse has a switch to turn it off...no luck, but an alternative is to take a piece of note paper or thin plastic and open your mouse to the batteries and push a little piece of the paper or thin plastic in between either of the batteries and its end metal contact and there you have it! To get it up an running just pull out the paper or plastic!
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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