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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The mouse requires 2 AAA batteries.
The piece of plastic on both sides of the embedded dongle, where your palm would rest on the mouse, is the compartment for the batteries. You need to slide the piece of plastic away from the direction of the mouse buttons. You will then be able to put the batteries inside and slip the piece of plastic back on.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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The piece of plastic where your palm would rest on the mouse is the compartment for the batteries. Locate the piece of plastic with the GE logo on it. You need to slide that piece of plastic away from the direction of the mouse buttons. You will then be able to put the batteries inside and slip the piece of plastic back on.
Posted on Jul 28, 2007
On the bottom of the mouse there is a snap-off battery cover. The batteries go in the holder below this
cover. Take care to install batteries with the correct polarity. Push in from the indent with a thumbnail
toward the slot in the cover and pull the cover up. Do not use a tool as the tab that holds the cover closed is easy to break. Do not pry up on the cover from the cover slot either. After batteries are changed the mouse and receiver will likely need to be relinked.
To link the mouse and receiver, turn on the on/off switch on mouse bottom. Plug in the usb to pc.
Boot pc. Hold down the link button on the bottom of the receiver until the led blinks. Release.
Quickly push in the link button on the bottom of the mouse. When the receiver led flickers, the
mouse is linked. The receiver led will flicker when the mouse is used.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
I had the same problem till I discovered there are two buttons (not just one) you have to push to re-link the mouse and the USB receiver. Plug the little receiver in, push the tiny "connect" circle on the receiver (which is actually a button I guess), then wait for the red light to start blinking. Then press the little link button on the bottom of the mouse.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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