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MY WIRELESS MOUSE DOES NOT WORK,EVEN WITH NEW BATTERIES PLEASE SEND ME INSTRUCTIONS WITH DIAGRAM

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Usally on the wireless receiver there is a button (may be recessed that you press on the receiver and then the mouse to sync them on the same frequency.

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Silly question for me for you -- are the batteries in correctly? Have you tested the batteries to be sure BOTH are up to 1.6 or more volts with a voltmeter? Even new unpened battery packs may be short on charge and not have enough juice within them...

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