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First check to see if the battery are charged by using a volt meter, second make sure the are installed correctly , if not you could have reversed charged a capacitor and you need to discharge it by placing a wire across the battery terminals in the mouse and make sure that batteries are out ... if not feed the mouse to your cat.

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