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The left button double clicks. I have check the setup to insure that it is only suppose to send 1 click. How can I clean the the internal contacts?

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Try opening ur mouse and brushing the sensors.....
I hav a mouse wid same prob, it still double clicks.....!!!!
I'v tried evrything possible......

and for ur info, it's hardaware prob, not dat ur system is configured 2 sense double clicks from a single click.....

I don think u'll be able to repair it urself....
wat I found out in my mouse was dat the mouse-circuits were all haywire......
It's 5 yrs old, it is expcted 2 be so......

I called my maintenance guy, but he is yet to show up.......

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