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Wireless mouse is normall subject to interference .
biring it close to see if it works.
then bring further until it stops working.
you now have the max distance.
always make sure the transmitter and the mouse have clear line of sight . this means the transmitter can see the mouse easily.
a good way is to set the transmitter as high as possible.

good luck

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