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Tecknet WM389 Welcome Manual

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Category: Mouse
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TeckNet WM389 Wireless Gaming Mouse

Welcome Guide

 


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Product Layout

Welcome

Thank you for purchasing this TeckNet product. To ensure optimum performance and safety, 

please read these instructions carefully before operating the product. It is strongly recommended 

you keep the manual for future reference.

Left Click Button

Right Click Button

Scroll Whee

Fire Button

Froward Button

Backward Button

DPI - Button

DPI +Button

Power Switch

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Technical Specifications

Button Count:         

8buttons

Operating Frequency:    

2.4GHz

Resolution: 

 

 800/1200(default)/1600/2400/3200/4800DPI

Receiver Interface: 

USB version1.1

Operating Voltage: 

1.5V

Operating Current: 

≤15mA

Dimensions:    

126 x 70 x 39mm

Weight:  

 

81g

Button life :    

50 million times 

Package Contents

1 x WM389 Cordless Mouse

1 x USB Nano Receiver

1 x User Manual

1 x Warranty Card

System Requirements

To use this mouse, your computer must meet the following hardware requirements and run one 

of the operating systems listed below.

Hardware

• PC with a Pentium processor or equivalent AMD processors

• USB 2.0

Operation System

Windows XP/VISTA/Windows7/Windows8/WIN10

Note: The scroll wheel only works under the operating systems listed above. If you use the mouse 

under a different operating system, the mouse may either not work or lose its enhanced features.

Instructions

Battery Installation

The WM389 optical mouse uses one AA batteries (not included).

1. Open the battery cover. Insert the batteries into the compartment, ensuring they correspond 

    with the polarity markings. 

2. Close the battery cover. Switch on the WM389 by adjusting the power switch underneath the 

    mouse. Switch to the left, LED indicator would turn off, switch to the right, LED indicator would 

    turn on. The blue LED of the power indicator at the top of the mouse will flash.

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Note: Make sure that the polarity of the batteries is correct. The positive (+) and negative (-) 

ends of each battery must match the positive (+) and negative (-) markings in the battery 

housing.

Note: The receiver can be removed and stored next to the battery compartment while not in use.

DPI Switch

The mouse supports 6 levels DPI

800/1200/1600/2400/3200/4800. To switch to either setting, 

press the "DPI +" button on the top of the mouse once to upgrade the DPI, LED light would flash 

for appropriate times, when DPI reaches 4800, press "DPI +" button, LED would not flash. Click 

the "DPI -" button on the top of the mouse once to downgrade the DPI, LED light would flash for 

appropriate times. When DPI reaches 800, press DPI- button, LED would not flash

Receiver Connection

Remove the USB Nano receiver and plug it into a free USB port in your computer. Turn on the 

mouse. The Plug & Play function of your system will detect a new device has been connected 

and install it automatically.

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USB Port

Nano receiver

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Note: The receiver can be removed and stored next to the battery compartment while not in use.

Software Instructions

Installation:

1. Load the disc into CD Rom and double click the software icon.

2. Click "Install" to start installation.

3. Click "Next" then click "Install".

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4. Double click software icon once installation is completed. The main interface will show as below.

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User instruction

The main interface is divided into three parts: General Setting,  DPI Setting, Version Information

Button Setting:

User-defined support as below

Mouse: Left Click Button,Right Click Button,Scroll Wheel,Froward Button,Backward Button,DPI 

+Button,DPI - Button,Fire Button

Edit: Copy, Cut, New, Open, Paste, Print, Redo, Save, Select All, Undo, CTRL, ALT, SHIFT, WIN.

Multimedia: Media player, Prev Track, Next Track, Play/Pause, Stop, Mute, Volume+, Volume -.

Windows: My computer, Mail, HOME, WWW Search, Close windows, Search Maximized, 

Minimized, File, Show Desktop, Run.

Parameter: Double Click Speed, Mouse Point Speed, Mouse Scroll Speed, Polling Rate, Enhance 

Pointer Precision

Return rate

Examples

Macro Setting 

1. If you would like to set up for “Right Button”, click it first and a drop-down menu will show up,  

then click the "macro manager" a pop-up window will show up as below.

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2.Click "NEW " and input "TEST1", press "enter key" to an end 

3.click"Start Record" to set up the macro. For example, input 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. 

then click "Stop Record" to complete. Click "OK" , "APPLY" to save the setting before exiting the 

software. 

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Mouse setting

If you would like to set up for “Right Button”, click it first and a drop-down menu will show up as 

below. Then choose the setting you need, click "Apply" then click "OK" to save the setting before 

exiting the software.

Edit setting

If you would like to set up for “Right Button”, click it first and a drop-down menu will show up, 

select "Edit", a new drop-down menu shown as below, then you can select the action needed, 

click "Apply" then click "OK" to save the setting before exiting the software.

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Multimedia setting

If you would like to set up for “Right Button”, click it first and a drop-down menu will show up, 

select "Multimedia", a new drop-down menu shown as below, then you can select the action 

needed, click "Apply" then click "OK" to save the setting before exiting the software.

Windows setting

If you would like to set up for “Right Button”, click it first and a drop-down menu will show up, select 

"Windows", a new drop-down menu shown as below, then you can select the action needed, click 

"Apply" then click "OK" to save the setting before exiting the software.

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Parameter Setting

You can adjust the speed of "Double Click Speed", "Mouse Point Speed", "Mouse Scroll 

Speed", "Polling Rate"

DPI Setting

there are 6 levels of DPI, you can define each level based on your requirement, then choosing 

the DPI you need , click "apply" will be ok.

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Profile Setting:

TeckNet WM389 supports 5 profiles. You should define each profile first, click "Apply", then click 

"OK" to save the profile.

Export Profile:

1. You can export the profile after saving a profile, click "Save As".

2. A pop-up window will show up, you can select a captioned folder to keep the profile, then click 

"Save". 

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Load File:

You can load the saved profile into the software. Simply click "Load File", a pop-up window will 

show up as below, select the folder with saved profile, then select the captioned profile, click 

"Open" to load.

12-Month Battery Life

You can load the saved profile into the software. Simply click "Load File", a pop-up window will 

show up as below, select the folder with saved profile, then select the captioned profile, click 

"Open" to load.

Restore: Click "Restore", the captioned profile setting will return the default setting.

Restore All: Click "Restore All", all the profile setting will return the default setting.

Low Power Indicator

The mouse is equipped with low power indicator. When the 

battery power gets low during the period of use, the indicator 

under the scroll wheel will flash to remind you replace the 

battery.

Note: We recommend you use AA alkaline dry cell battery.

Low Power Indicator

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Reconnection

There is a connection code for this mouse. High temperatures, electro-magnetic fields or 

vibration may influence the code signal and the mouse may need to be reconnected. 

1. Ensure the battery voltage is correct; if the voltage is low, replace the batteries. 

2. Press the middle key(scroll wheel) to reconnect.

3.Unplug the Nano receiver and plug in the USB port again.

Intelligent Power Saving (IPS)

The mouse is equipped with Intelligent Power Saving (IPS) function.

• When the USB Nano receiver is disconnected or the PC is switched off, the mouse will 

   automatically switch off to conserve power. 

• If the mouse is not used for 5 seconds, it will automatically drop to the first level of IPS. To 

   wake the mouse, click any button.

• If the mouse is not operated for 9 minutes, it will automatically drop to the second level of 

   IPS -- sleep mode. To wake the mouse, click any button.

Attention

1. To maximize battery life, it is recommended to use the mouse on a white or light color 

surface. As the mouse might not work smoothly on some special surfaces, such as smooth, 

dark or black, reflecting or 3D mouse pad surfaces.  

2. If not operated for 8 minutes, the mouse will enter auto-sleep mode. Press any key or scroll 

wheel to activate the mouse again. 

3. Do not use the mouse on a glass or mirrored surface, as these surface will cause the mouse 

temporarily fail to work. 

4. Avoid using the mouse on a metal surface, such as iron, aluminum or copper which will 

shield the radio frequency transmission, slow down the mouse presenter’s response time or 

cause temporarily fail to work. 

5. If your PC has a metal case that contains aluminum or magnesium, use the mouse by the 

side of the PC. The display panel may interfere with the radio frequency if you use the 

mouse directly in front of the PC.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS-CAREFULLY 

FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

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VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS - This sheet contains 

important safety and operating instructions. 

2.Before using the product, read all instructions and 
caution markings on the product, accessories and device 
using our product. 

3.This appliance is not intended for use by persons 
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or 
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, 
unless they have been given supervision or instruction 
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible 
for their safety. 

4.Children should be supervised to ensure that they do 
not play with the appliance. 

5.Keep the product away from fire or explosion may 
occur.

6.For indoor use only. Do not expose to rain, water, 
excess moisture or snow.

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7.Do not place product in or near inflammable, explosive 
or hazardous object.

8.Do not place in or near water, rain, excess moisture or 
extreme heat. 

9.Do not operate product with damaged cord or plug.

10.Do not operate product if it has been damaged in any 
way. 

11.Do not disassemble the product. Disassembly may 
result in a risk of safety hazards. 

12.Do not throw or shake the product.

13.To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the product 
from the power supply when not in use or switch off the 
power supply.

 


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Limited 18-Month Warranty:

What this warranty covers.
Shenzhen Unichain Technology Co., LTD. (Manufacturer: “Unichain”) warrants to the 
original purchaser of this TeckNet product that the product shall be free of defects in 
design, assembly, material, or workmanship. 
What the period of coverage is.
Unichain warrants the TeckNet product for 18 Months.
What will we do to correct problems? 
Unichain will repair or replace, at its option, any defective product free of charge 
(except for shipping charges for the product). 
What is not covered by this warranty?

All above warranties are null and void if the TeckNet product is not provided to 

Unichain for inspection upon Unichain’s request at the sole expense of the purchaser, 
or if Unichain determines that the TeckNet product has been improperly installed, 
altered in any way, or tampered with. The TeckNet Product Warranty does not protect 
against acts of God such as flood, earthquake, lightning, war, vandalism, theft, 
normal-use wear and tear, erosion, depletion, obsolescence, abuse, damage due to 
low voltage disturbances (i.e. brownouts or sags), non-authorized program, or system 
equipment modification or alteration.
How to claim the warranty?
Please contact retailers or visit TeckNet website www.tecknet.co.uk for more 
information.

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E-mail: support@tecknet.co.uk

Website www.tecknet.co.uk

Warranty

We warrant that products purchased from authorized distributors will meet the 
applicable product specifications and be free from all defects in design, assembly, 
materials and workmanship. Please contact retailers or visit our website
(www.tecknet.co.uk) for more information.

Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information and procedures in this 
guide are accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or 
omissions and we reserve the right to make any changes without further notice to any 
products mentioned herein.

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