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How do i take it apart ? Are there hidden screws to be found?

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There are a total four small phillips screws on the base of the mouse. Two are in the battery compartment, while the remaining two screws are located beneath two self-adhesive teflon pads at the front of the mouse. Simply remove these pads with a small flat screwdirver or scraper in order to reveal the screws underneath.

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If this is a wireless mouse the top should slide off to replace the batteries, if not the top then somewhere on the bottom, but somewhere the bateries have to get replaced

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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