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Marble mouse left click isn't working well

Do I need a whole new mouse? It's a few years old. I don't think it comes apart to clean it, either. thanks to anyone for help. I'm willing to buy a new one if necessary.

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Try this first. It worked for me.

1. flip it over
2. take out the four obvious screws
3. poke a hole in the sticker right above the "s" where "Marble Mouse" is written to find the fifth hidden screw
4. take out that hidden screw
5. gently unsnap the top from the bottom
6. clean whatever dust/dirt you find in there
7. put a small piece of tape on the bottom side of the left-click button that's not working (in my experience I'd clicked so many zillion times through the years that the plastic where the button made contact was slightly dented thereby making it to where my left-click button wouldn't work very well
8. put it all back together
9. pat yourself on the back for saving a bunch of money
10. celebrate w/ friends

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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That is a good mouse!
Mine lasted many years as well.
But everything has an end.
When mechanical parts start falling...is time to get a new one.
Sorry

Please dont forget to rate is answer is useful

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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