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Changing batteries on a logitech lx5 mouse

How do i change batteries on a logitech lx5 mouse

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Turn off the mouse using the switch on the bottom.
press the battery door release button on the underside of the mouse, towards the back.
that should release the battery door, which is the top part of the mouse, where your palm would rest.
the mouse takes 2 AAA batteries.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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Press button on bottom of mouse towards the back to release battery door.

It's in a little groove between two pads.

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