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Change battery How do I change the battery in my wireless mouse. I've lost the instructios.

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Hello amcdorman,

Flip the mouse over and with the with the USB receiver detached ( which it should be anyway) remove the access cover by pressing in the outside edge of the cover to access the battery compartment. In there, you will find two AA sized batteries. When replacing, make sure you orient them with the right polarity as shown on the small tag inside the mouse.. Hope that helps...

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