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HP Wireless Mouse Left Click Doesn't Work

My HP Wireless Mouse Model Number GT909AA tracks, but the left click doesn't work. I've only owned it for three months, so could it be that the left click button has worn out?

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Try using a different mouse on the same computer if it work.... run a hard ware daignostic test on the old mouse.... and if you have purchased this before three months just get it replaced.... as it would be in warranty.... reply with any more queries....

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