Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
Well, a sticky mouse could be a cause of liquid being spilt onto your palmrest. If so you need to get yourself a liquid cleaner (specialized products used for cleaning electronics such as Commercial Alcohol). you need to pour some into the right button of the mouse while pressing the button continuously (dont worry about spilling, will evaporate soon enough.
Before doing this make sure that you power cable and battery is disconnected, and only switch it on about 20 minutes later.
While pressing the button you should feel it loosening.
If it isnt due to liquid, check you warranty and call Dell. They should beable to advise you further.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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