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I have a targus cordless rechargeable mouse which I purchased during the past year. The USB port device is not working. I need to know what to do. The store where I purchased it instructed me to contact you on this email. Any help will be appreciated. My email address is: egoad3@cox.net Thank you.

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Call the mouse vendor. You can't be helped here unless you are more specific wound make & model.

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