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I have a Wireless Mouse 5000.

I need to know how to install batteries. Can't get the top off. There are no instructions or a diagram

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Is this a Microsoft Wireless 5000 Mouse? The battery plate should be on the bottom of the mouse to take off to put in the batteries, similiar to a TV remote contoller. And it can be latched pretty tight.

Included a Youtube video of someone taking the battery out of his mouse.

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