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Changing the AAA Batteries

It looks that the signal is getting week and I want to change the
Batteries, but lost track of the manual, and forgot how I did it the
last time.

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To change the batteries all you have to do it pull the cover off and switch them out. After that just hit the connect button on the usb connector and then click the connect button the the mouse and away you go.

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