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The battery has died in my mouse but I can't find a way to open it to replace the battery

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Lock button on bottom of mouse, then the bak of the top will slide of for replacement of batteries

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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If same problem occurs, make sure that there are no possible wireless interference near the mouse. Example, base of a cordless phone or a mobile phones. These devices' signal might interfere with the wireless signal of your mouse.

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I got one at a garage sale for a buck. Came here for a solution, but still couldn't get it open. I figured it out by breaking it!. Bad for me, good for you. I pried off the black cover and broke off a little tab. I'll explain how it works. Behind the two buttons there is a silver half oval. When you push down on the end of that half oval that's the farthest away from the mouse wheel, it pushes down on a little tab that is part of the black cover, and lets that tab clear a piece of plastic that it clips under. I broke off that tab by prying it. So, push down hard on the END of that little half oval and at the same time slide the black cover back. The mouse uses two AAA batteries. Good luck. That's the solution. Guaranteed!

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NO sync required.
But the batteries may have died out.
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