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Put USB receiver in mouse and can't get it out.

Put USB receiver thing in receptacle of wireless mouse model N745 and can't get it out. What's the trick to get it back out ?

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Push the back of the middle top center strip down and it should pop out!

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There is no trick no latch nothing did you force it in it does not go in backwards or I should say upside down...maybe the white tong in the socket broke and is wedged in there. never see that happen but anything is possible
Try pushing it is and wiggle it like a car key to dislodge it as you try to pull it out very gingerly does it work leave it there if it does. Consider it part of the permenant furniture

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