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My wireless laser travel mouse just quit

I tried changig batteries but that didn't work. I don't know what else to do!!!!!!!!!!

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Try pressing the connect button on the bottom of the mouse and then pressing the connect button on the receiver. If there are lights at all on the mouse, and they don't work; then the mouse is shot. If there are lights, but it won't connect; try guarenteed new batteries (make sure they work with another device). If this doesn't work aswell, then the mouse is more then likely shot. Try warrenty service after these steps and it doesn't work.

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