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Logitech M-RR95 will not move arrow cursor. Put in fresh batteries. Still doesn't work. Keyboard Y-RQ57 works fine. Using Windows XP. Can it be fixed? How? Or, should I get a new one?

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A new one is your best bet since the optical sensor when caput!! It will cost more fixing this piece then meets the eye unless your brilliant and know how to shop eby for parts that will be hard to find or your a thrift shop gold digger.. If not chalk it up for a better make and modle may i suggest senergy?

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