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Hi folks, I have a Logitech cordless mouse marked S/N LZ821459143 made in China. The small battery compartment plastic door broke (fell apart) and won't hold batteries any longer. Any idea if we could obtain a spare from Logitech australia by any chance? Many thanks, Russell

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Maybe you can buy spare from logitech

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This article applies to the following products:
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For some cordless mice or trackballs, there is a slot for the battery door on the bottom of the mouse. Between the slot and the outside edge of the door is a thin strip of plastic. If you compress this thin strip of plastic towards the slot, the catch on the door will release and the door should open.

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