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OPENING THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT ON A GEAR HEAD WIRELESS KEYBOARD: I can't get the battery compartment on my keyboard to open in order to replace the batteries. It is a Gearhead wireless keyboard. The battery cover has a hole and a button beneath the hole. I pushed the button and that didn't do anything. I put the point of the scissors in the hole and tried to pry off the cover but it didn't come off easily and I didn't want to break it. What shall I do?

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