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BATTERY STUCK IN MOUSE

WE HAVE A DELL WIRELESS MOUSE AND ONE OF THE BATTERIES WILL NOT COME OUT. WE HAVE TRIED TO PRY IT OUT WITH A LETTER OPENER BUT ARE UNABLE TO GET IT OUT. ANY SUGGESTIONS???

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Hi there.
Remove the battery cover and slap it into the palm of your hand quite hard, do this repeatedly until the battery dislodges itself and pops out.

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