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How to install batteries
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: batteries replacement
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
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Try the mouse cover behind the Left & Right keys. Put a slight amount of pressure on the cover where your hand rests and slide to the rear. Some of the new mouse batteries are under that cover. Worth a try. Hope this helps. Bud
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
If you know that the battery is good then try this next. There is a VERY tiny shark-fin shaped spring-loaded button on the bottom of the mouse that is pressed in, when you insert the receiver, while the mouse is not in use, that turns off the mouse to save the batteries. If you haven't used the mouse in a while, it can get stuck in the in position, so that when you pull out the receiver, it doesn't spring out and turn the mouse on (indicated by the red light on the bottom). If you notice that the light isn't coming on. Just try manually pushing in the little shark-fin thing a couple times to make it spring back out. After a couple times, you should be able to get it unstuck and the red light should come on.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
I had the same problem.
Press the button on the underside of the USB, the green light will flash. Now press the reset button on the underside of the mouse. Your mouse should now work.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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