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Mouse doesn't follow

I've bought the VX revolution and it worked fine for one hour then it didn't want to follow as smoothly as before. Next time I used it it worked for approx. one hour again and then it stopped.. First I thought it was the suface so I tried a bunch of different surfaces but it still didn't work. After experimenting with it from time to time I realised that it works if I lift the front up about 1-2millimeters... Now I have a piece of paper under the front of the mouse to make it work. Why is it so?

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Hi,

I would venture that for some reason, the LED light at the bottom needs that much space to bounce back the signal for the LDR (light dependent resistor) to read properly. This could be due to a slight misalignment, dust in the bottom optics, weak battery (for wireless). A temporary workaround (which for some works as good enough solution) is to add a smooth spacer atop the rubber feet. Personally, I use a paper puncher to cut little circles on a slightly thick automotive sticker. The circles are then peeled of from the protective paper backing and attached to the existing/original rubber feet. This raises the bottom height which do improve light bounce and therefore mouse action.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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