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THE GREEN LIGHT OF MY MOUSE DO NOT LIGHT ANY MORE

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    siddharth kanojia Feb 27, 2009

    How can the USB dongle's battery be changed? Unable to open it.

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It starts to get dim when it is time to change the batteries..change then and it will be back to normal.

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