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MX Revolution left click problem

Hi. I believe I have a hardware problem, not software.

My left mouse button is, apparently, hard to click. I hadn't really thought about it, but EVERYONE that gets hands-on (which is TOO MANY people) says they hate my mouse!

Well, I finally thought about it... They're right. The right button IS noticeably easier to click than the left.

Any thoughts/suggestions?


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    I've tried going to the control panel, then from there going to mouse settings. Once there I selected that the left click be the primary one, and that the right click be the secondary; but this didn't fix the problem. How do I fix the mouse so that I works like its supposed to?

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Try a bit of compressed air - perhaps dirt is jammed under the button.

If its under warranty you might want to return it to where you bought it.

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Compressed air did the trick for me, guess it is dust that makes the left click behave abnormally (random double or even triple clicks instead of single click). However it the click feels hard, usually is a sign that the micro switch is on the way out (end of life.....)

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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