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I cann't figure out how to install battery on my logitech optical mouse. can any one help me pls ?

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There should be a small sliding cover on the bottom of the mouse, it should have a couple of small arrows indicating which way to slide the cover. You will need either AA or AAA batteries.


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Try going to google, click on images and type in replacing battery on logitech mouse. It has many varieties and images possibly yours.

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