|Nov 17, 2008, 07:14 PM||#1|
Unable to open wireless mouse (A1015) to replace batteries
Ok, I know this seems silly, but I can't figure out how to open an A1015 to replace the batteries. The useless instructions on apple.com begin with "take off the battery cover" which is exactly what I cannot do. Can some please explain whatever the trick is? Slick design means the seams aren't very obvious....
|Nov 18, 2008, 12:21 PM||#2|
Have you fixed this problem yet? If not, can you post a picture of the mouse, both top and base (or sides if you think that's where the latch is).
G4 eMac 1.25, 2 Gb RAM, OS 10.4.11
G3 iMac 600, 1 Gb RAM, OS 10.3.9
G3 PPC 350 b/w, dual drives, OS 10.3.9, OS 9.2.2
Numerous peripheral gadgets - all working.
|Apr 10, 2011, 04:35 PM||#4|
Changing Batteries in Apple Mouse A1015
It can be a little frustrating trying to figure it out the first time.
1. Turn the mouse upside down.
2. The battery cover is a plastic cover encompassed in the gray ring. You have simultaneously push the small catch so it clears the hole, and pry the plastic battery cover up with something thin(like a razor blade). Pry up the inner most plastic plate inside the gray ring.
3. It's obvious what to after you get the plate off.
|Apr 10, 2011, 07:19 PM||#5|
27" late 2013 iMac, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, OSX 10.9.2
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