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I just broke the USB receiver on my kensington wireless mini mouse, model 72239. Is it possible to get replacements?

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If you still have receipt its possible you can return it and swap for another, or if u have a soldering iron, solder the 4 metal prongs sticking off the usb part to the chip

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