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GE WIRELESS OPTICAL MINI MOUSE DIDN'T WORK ANYMORE

I HAVE A GENERAL ELECTRIC WIRELESS OPTICAL MINI MOUSE, MODEL 98792 REV.1, WK4008. IT DIDN'T WORK ANYMORE AFTER HAVING CHANGED THE 2 AAA BATTERIES.
PLEASE HELP!!!

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SOURCE: How do I replace the battery(s)?

Try these steps, I had the mouse a while ago and this is the way I remember replacing the batteries:

1) Simply grip the sides of the mouse and slide the battery cover
back.
2) Replace the old batteries with two AAA batteries
3) Replace the battery cover

Posted on May 04, 2009

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This is a deceptive little beastie. As you look at the mouse, you will see that the front approximately 1/3 consists of the left and right mouse buttons and the scroll wheel. The rest appears to be a one piece cover with the black area with the GE logo in the middle. There's the tricky part. The black part with the Logo is the housing for the USB plug in part (so you can keep it with the mouse when transporting it). The rest of that (silver on my mouse) is the battery cover. You open it up by gripping the little raised line on each side of the cover and pull backwards while holding the front by the black area under the mouse buttons. The cover (only the silver part, the black is attached to the rest of the mouse) will slide backwards and Voila! There are your batteries.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i open the battery compartment on ge

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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SOURCE: How do I change the AAA batteries in my GE

Grip the sides of the mouse with both hands and slide the battery cover
back with both thumbs. Then, replace the old batteries with two AAA batteries. Replace the battery cover. Hope that helps.

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Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a wireless optical mini mouse model

these usually have a button on bottom with a picture of a mouse push that it will open the top where the batterys are.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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