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It has become extremely hard to click with the left-mouse button

It has become extremely hard to click with the left mouse button, and the scroll wheel sometimes scrolls backwards every few scrolls up, vice versa

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  • thescroll8 Oct 04, 2009

    So i took it apart to see what the problem was. It looks like it goes all the way down to the potentiometer type button that the left mouse button hits. If that one part was replaced, Im sure I could fix it. Oh well.

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If your mouse is new then you can ask for a replacement but if its not its sometimes just need cleaning. open the lid of the scroll wheel then take the ball you can see inside if all the wheels inside are clean...if its not just use cotton buds then remove the dirt. hope itll help

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