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Batteries I have a Kensingfton wireless mouse model # 72237A. How do I change the batteries in that little mouse? Thanks

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There is a none visible button under the word Kensington on the top off the mouse. Push the word itself and the mouse front and back will separate......... Hope this helps!

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Its in the bottom of the mouse

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The top of the mouse is the battery cover. It should unlock from the tapered end away from the buttons/wheel

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