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REASSEMBLING MOUSE I OPENED THE MOUSE BUT I AM HAVING TROUBLE PUTTING THE PARTS AND COMPONENTS BACK TOGETHER

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If you can't get them back together, it's time to buy a new mouse. And don't open it again. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.

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