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If magic mouse taps your wireless keyboard you loose connection


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Just started to notice that if i even lightly tap my magic mouse to right top circle where battery is stored on my wireless keyboard the mouse looses its connection and I have to click the mouse till it reconnects.Anyone else notice this?
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Can't say that I have - but it doesn't surprise me either, as I believe that end cap acts as the ground to the battery. And since the bottom of the magic mouse is aluminum, there could be an electrical interaction between the two, causing them to act funny.

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hmmm interesting... im gonna try this

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Thanks,that explains it.
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after trying this, i couldn't get mine to do it :{

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