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Changed batteries, mouse no longer works

Changed batteries in cordless mouse. Mouse failed to operate. Checked batteries and pushed button on bottom of mouse... still nothing.

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    Mouse stops working. Shut it off and turn it back on problem gone for couple of hours. Batteries changed and tested OK

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What is the receiver?

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Press the button of the receiver first and then the mouse

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