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Hello, I have a Logitech LX-7 Cordless Optical Mouse. Unfortunately, I lost the USB-connector Receiver somewhere. Is there anyway that I can get a replacement? Thank you for your help. Linh

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Logitech sells them for $10

here is the link
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