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How to put a KP-C1311B Optical Wireless Bluetooth Mouse into pairing mode

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SOURCE: how do I pair a Bluetooth C1311B Mouse, there is no connect button on the bottom of the mouse just a power on/off switch ?

You have to press both left and right button and the middle.

Posted on Sep 12, 2012

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