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My mouse dase not work properly . i have to push down and keep holding the usb connector. some time i have to push up or side .can you help me thank you

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Check the usb connector. If the part that fits into the usb port wiggles, it's time for a new wireless mouse. I had the same thing happen to me with a Microsoft Wireless mouse.

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