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Where can I find a replacement ball for the Logitech Marble Mouse?

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  • Fox2000 Mar 06, 2009

    I have a divot in mt marble and would like a replacement marble, the trackball unit is fine just the marble. where can I get a marble replacement?

  • butterflyhun Mar 16, 2009

    My toddler son removed the ball, and now I need a replacement. Does anyone know where to find one?

  • raydome Apr 02, 2009

    My marble has a slight dent in it where the coating has come away- it works ok but occasionally sticks on one of the bearings in the base unit- quite annoying if you're drawing or gaming etc. I understand that Logitech have recently gone under (please forgive me if I got this wrong) but maybe there is a spares department out there? Or even refurbed mouses (Mices?) On E Bay they're knocking about for about 10-20 GB Sterling (You'll have to work out the $/EUR equivalent depending on what day of the week it is!) Please help if you know the answer to my dilemma!!!

    Raydome

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    I lost my trackball during moving??

  • Jodokus May 11, 2010

    Hello there,

    you can buy a replacement ball at
    the Logitech Store. The adress is:

    http://www.buylogitech.com/store/logius/...|downloads||dd&resid=kDoLTAoHAioAAG6lDjQAAAAJ&rests=1245246582525

    Sunny greetings,

    Jodokus

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SOURCE: TrackMan Marble FX MouseWare

I have the mouseware 7.0 and 8.2, (i forgot that was the original), but own 2 trackman marble Fx and love it but like everybody else cannot use the 4 buttons as before and window Xp refuse the application version 7

Posted on Jul 19, 2007

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SOURCE: logitech trackman marble fx model T-CJ12

Hello rebelwarrior,

Unfortunately, Logitech do not sell these components separately..The only components that they sell fro mice are replacement mice feet. They will replace the entire unit if it is still under warranty and is unopened/tampered with. You contact their customer via email HERE. They usually respond within a day or two max. (I know, because I was on the support desk for a while ;))
If you wish to call them, the number is:
+1 646-454-3200
Monday - Friday: 6am - 6pm PST
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However, I think you may be able to find suitable replacement parts at your local computer store or by doing a Google search online...Hope that helps...

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Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Logitech Marble Mouse became erratic then stopped

Nope have to throw it away and buy another. I've had this same problem every 3-4 months: works fine then it disappears from device manager then it works again at random. I end up replacing it after my curser stops moving for minutes at a time. After a few months the replacement does the same thing. My 5th replacement will be Kensington, Logitech apparently sucks

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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SOURCE: New ball for my logitech mouse-TrackMan Wheel-T-BB18

try ebay sometimes when you type the item in it will pull up a store where you can purchase one.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

Testimonial: "Good attempt, tried it before I posted here, also tried with mfg, but no luck there either, probably have to get another when this one wears out."

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SOURCE: how can I clean this mouse. I remove the ball and

there's a 5th screw right in the middle of the base under the sticker undo that and it will open up and allow you to clean it out,

Posted on Mar 27, 2010

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Replacement marble ball where can I get one


Hi
On european english-languaged site of logitech you can find spare part shop

http://www.logitech.com/en-roeu/349/4872?pcid=4872&debug=0

there are only blue balls in 5Eur/piece cost, but looking into some forums I fonud answer that someone succesfully tried if trackman (so marble would too) works with blue ball (of course You should confirm it by finding the same kind of posts on some forums before buying)

Worst of all is they're do not offer posting to USA grrrrr !
Cheapest is posting to Germany (5,51Eur), so if You have someone in Germany, they can send You it to USA

Eventually try to look on asian site of Logitech, maybe there's english-languaged site version, ant they offer shipping to USA

Greets :)

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