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Opened dell mouse

I opened the whole mouse and now I can't put it back together. There are 2 pieces that need to go back in. One is a spring and another is a black 3dD shaped L piece with a spring in it. Can you help? it is not optical!

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    There's an innovative idea.
    Guy comes with a problem he's OBVIOUSLY trying to solve himself, and your answer is take it to someone who can fix it. Duh.

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I suggest going to a computer repair store and seing if they can fix it - shouldn't be that expensive.

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