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Dell mouse i took my mouse apart to clean it and cant pu it back together

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    The track wheel and T/L-shaped piece fits both need to go back in. I can fit one at a time just now both together.

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Buy a new wireless .. a lot cheaper than worrying about putting it together.

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Glad I found your site. I will keep it if I ever need any help.
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