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Logitec Cordless Lazer Mouse buttons stick

The buttons on my Logitech Lazer cordless Mouse ofton either don't connect, or sometimes stick closed. I would think the could be cleaned, but I can't figure out how to disassemble the case to get at them.

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Re: Logitec Cordless Lazer Mouse buttons stick

Start by removing the battery cover.. there is a screw on either side of the battery compartment. this will allow you full access to the contacts for the buttons and the wheel Good luck

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