Question about Logitech Computers & Internet
When I delete one email, two disappear. The mouse is double clicking the delete.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Same Problem, use canned air to clean it. bash the button a few times. seems to help for a while. Dont bash it to hard or you'll break it. love the mouse but this is a crappy issue within 3 months of use. in a clean environment.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
Try going into control panel, mouse, and set a longer delay for the double click.
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Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Acting on advice from another FixYa string, we blew out the mouse and dock several times with canned air. It performed slightly better, but then as we continued to use the mouse it suddenly cleared and is working almost 100% now.
From reading earlier strings, I'm wondering why Logitech (in its product material received on purchase) doesn't recommend this as periodic maintenance for the mouse?
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
SOURCE: Logitech MX610 problem.
Hi, I have had the same problem with a Logitech Cordless Desktop setup. The mouse and keyboard had been used in an office environment for about two years, then the mouse would double click unexpectedly, would not hold items when trying to drag them and the right click would sometimes fail to work ...then sometimes it would work perfectly. I tried all the other suggested cures such as cleaning out the inside of the mouse, new batteries and reinstalling the driver which did not prove to be effective. A good clean improved things for a couple of days but the symptoms returned. At this point, I dismantled the mouse and resoldered some suspicious looking joints on the circuit board inside, especially those attaching the microswitches for the mouse buttons. Since then, none of the problems have recurred. I presume that repeated pressure on the switches over time had cracked the solder joints which caused the mouse to behave erratically. You could try this, but dont get the joints too hot or you will damage the switches or other sensitive components. Simon.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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