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How to put back the clip in my mouse wheel ?

My mouse ( logitech wheel mouse 830386-0000 ) seemed not to be working, so I took it apart to clean. While I was fiddling the clip that fits round the wheel came off. The mouse now works - seemingly nothing to do with the fluff inside it - but the wheel without its clip is not too efficient. Can you help me find the right location for the clip ?

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Re: How to put back the clip in my mouse wheel ?

Hi, did you fix your logitech wheel mouse?I have a pic for you.. how to fix it..

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Cleaning the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

I disassembled my Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000.

You need a set of precision screwdrivers to do this.

1. Peel up the teflon pad on the bottom of the mouse with a flat head screwdriver. Leave the other (the one under your fingertips) alone.
2. That will reveal a tiny silver screw. Remove that and then lift the gray upper section up from the back, then pull it free by moving it toward the back. The clips up at the front go in a forward direction, but they are not clipped in. You could just shake it free.
3. There are 4 tiny black screws. 2 at the front and 2 at the back. Remove them.
4. Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the retainer clip from the back of the mouse. It's just held on by a couple of little nubs. Don't break it. Be gentle with this part.
5. Now, the mouse can come apart. You need to pull the bottom of it free at the back and then slide the entire bottom section back. There is a little piece of circuit board that sticks out underneath the right-click area that will get hung up on the upper shell if you try to pull it straight down. This will take a little bit of prying since it's all clipped together, but it will come loose.

That's it. I didn't take any of the inner parts apart after that. I will say that my sticky scroll wheel was scraping against the upper shell. By loosening the two screws at the front, it relieved some pressure and let it run more smoothly. I didn't actually have to take it all apart after step 2 in order to fix that issue.

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Logitech mouse wheel does'nt work right. Won't move the page up & down. What could it be?????

Possibly dirt inside the wheel and sensors. Take it apart and clean it.

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How do your put the mouse wheel back together?

You may not be able to. Was there some reason you took it apart? Did it break?
The wheel should have little bars coming out the side. These will seat into the mouse-wheel niche at the sides, allowing the wheel to rotate. You then put back the little silver cover over the wheel. If it works, you're gold. If not, you may have to get another mouse, or live without the wheel.

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Logitich LX3 mouse buttons getting sticky at to clean

The screws are under the mouses feet. Just unstick them and unscrew.

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I need the schematics for the cordless trackman wheel mouse. I took it apart to clean it and the springs feel out before I could see where they went. The mouse is working without them, but I would really...

try and contact logitech, but they aregoing to charge you and it may cost more than a new mouse, because they dont really want anyone to have that documation about there new product.
go on line and type the following information:

logitech optical cordless trackman wheel mouse layout and or schematics

there web site:


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