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Replacing Battery in Casio Privia

How do I replace the battery in a Casio Privia PX-100?

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Not sure about your mouse but ry Normal 0 If the mouse doesn't have a little door to open on the bottom, then try this. Just behind the Left and Right keys where your hand rests, apply firm pressure down on the cover and slide to the rear. Some mouse manufactures have used this type of access to replace the batteries.
Hope this helps. Bud

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

  • George Hostler
    George Hostler Jan 24, 2016

    Weldon, you are mistaken. The Casio Privia is not a mouse, it is a digital piano.

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This may be too late, but,

I was successful installing a Casio Privia PX-575R USB midi keyboard to Windows 72_bing.gif Ultimate x64!!!
I tried to use Yamaha, Korg, M-Audio, and some other drivers I don't remember and
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