Question about HP Pavilion zt1135 Notebook
It feels like the spring under the left touch pad button has either broken or is out of place. This has happened 3 times before and I was able to get it fixed under warranty. Now I have no warranty and want to fix it myself. Please help me!
I had the same problem. It is pretty easy to fix. You have one of two options to follow.
1) Push down moderately hard on the left mouse button. After 2 mins or so, and the cap should back on to the button on the bottom
2) if number 1 doesn't work get a needle or pin and lift the left mouse button off. Then just apply very little, not even a drop, maybe half of a drop to the button and apply the cap back on and push down.
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