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My wireless Logitech mouse is erratic. Currently, the green light at the bottom and the red light on top are bright lights. I'm assuming that the batteries need changing. I cannot find where the batteries are located. I don't know the model but it has two buttons and a scroll wheel with a USB receiver.

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  • videolad Apr 22, 2008

    Thanks for the response. I finally figured how to access the batteries compartment. I changed the batteries and everything is now A-OK, once again.

  • Swilin Sampson
    Swilin Sampson May 11, 2010

    look on the underside and you should see a sticker there. Just post back the model number. I will try to sort this out..

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At the rear of the mouse you will find a button , push the button and pull the top thing it will come out (it is in a straight line from scroll wheel ) and then you can change the battery

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