Question about Logitech SBF69 Mouse
If it's a scroll wheel spring, of which there are 2, I had the same issue today. Got them back were they belong now, Enclosed 2 pictures of how they go, I assume these will be the same as yours.
This one, at the left side, makes the wheel "step" as you scroll it.
This one, at the right side, gives the wheel resistance, so it is not constantly "mid-clicking" as you try to scroll up or down. I believe this is the most likely one that is most likely to fall out if you were cleaning the wheel...
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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