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Can't open my optical wireless mouse to insert new batteries.

The answer given in the Solutions section was perfect except that I don't know how to open the mouse to insert new batteries.

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Usually on the bottom of the mouse there is a little door with two notches or a single vertical notch which you need to carefully pry open and then insert your batteries as shown inside with + and - denotions.

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