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Ball in Mouse is blistered -- WON'T ROLL RIGHT --- need a new one --- F8E812-BLK --

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Not worth replacing the ball.. consider buying a laser type to replace it.. ( no moving parts and not mechanical) much more reliable..

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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Can I fix the roller in my wireless mouse?


Open the mouse. (Slide the panel on the bottom that surrounds the ball, and pull the ball out. Clean the ball and the rollers inside the mouse with rubbing alcohol. Remove all debris, hair, lint, etc.

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Have you tried cleaning out the inside where the ball sits? If you flip your mouse upside down you should see a circle around the ball that should have "open" and "close" arrows. Spin the circle towards open and once it stops spinning flip it over -- the circle and the ball should fall right out. Take a look at the 2 straight bars that sit on top of the mouse ball -- one is for horizontal movement, the other for vertical. Most likely, there is a buildup of dust and debris on them (it will probably look like a grey spot that covers the center of the bars). Remove this debris with your finger-nails (as they will not scratch the bars themselves) and then wipe them with some rubbing alcohol on a paper towel. Once the bars are clean, drop the ball back in, and put the circular cover back on (don't forget to lock it in place by spinning it to "close".
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If your mouse is an optical one wipe the optical surface with a clean cloth or cotton wool.

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Rollerball on Wireless mouse keeps getting gummed up. Cleaning done frequently but need to open mouse to get inside cleaned ?


The Apple wireless mice aren't made to be disassembled, not even by techs. If you disassemble it to clean it, you must glue it back together.
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if wireless mouse--install new batteries
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The trackball can be removed by pulling up on it a little to the right or left of center.

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First try to reinstall the updated driver for your mouse. If this does not work, it could be that the mouse is worn out and you may need to replace it...

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I have had the same problem on occasion.  I found that if I turn the mouse over and tickle it...  It works!  Only kidding...
Turn the mouse over, push down hard so the ball is depressed, and move it vigorously in all directions.  That usually dislodges whatever is trapped inside.

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