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Wireless Microsoft Laser Mouse 7000

I can't find the informtion on this mouse and the red battery light is going on and it's not working. I cannot see where to open it to put in a new battery. There are no screws anywhere, so I'm at a loss. Can you help me please?
Thank you in advance.

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  • rich_kath Apr 26, 2009

    Thanks for your help, but I did figure it out. The battery in the 3000 is under the little indented plate where the USB connector fits in when you're not using it. Duh!



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Push the little silver button on the bottom under mirco soft and slide the cover back the same way

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