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How do your put the mouse wheel back together?

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You may not be able to. Was there some reason you took it apart? Did it break?
The wheel should have little bars coming out the side. These will seat into the mouse-wheel niche at the sides, allowing the wheel to rotate. You then put back the little silver cover over the wheel. If it works, you're gold. If not, you may have to get another mouse, or live without the wheel.

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The mouse wheel causes the screen to jump around sporadically and cannot be used with any degree of effectiveness. Is there a setting somewhere that would help me?


If you try all of the above and the problem is still there, especially if nothing about the problem changes and it does exactly the same thing it was doing, you may have to remove the batteries from the mouse, locate the screws that are holding it together ( a couple of them may be hid under the rubber feet) and remove the top cover of the mouse. Look around the scroll wheel and see if there is a lot of fuzz or lint around it. Remove the offending fuzz with a pair of tweezers and put the mouse back together. Now it will (probably) work like new!

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Cleaning the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000


I disassembled my Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000.

You need a set of precision screwdrivers to do this.

1. Peel up the teflon pad on the bottom of the mouse with a flat head screwdriver. Leave the other (the one under your fingertips) alone.
2. That will reveal a tiny silver screw. Remove that and then lift the gray upper section up from the back, then pull it free by moving it toward the back. The clips up at the front go in a forward direction, but they are not clipped in. You could just shake it free.
3. There are 4 tiny black screws. 2 at the front and 2 at the back. Remove them.
4. Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the retainer clip from the back of the mouse. It's just held on by a couple of little nubs. Don't break it. Be gentle with this part.
5. Now, the mouse can come apart. You need to pull the bottom of it free at the back and then slide the entire bottom section back. There is a little piece of circuit board that sticks out underneath the right-click area that will get hung up on the upper shell if you try to pull it straight down. This will take a little bit of prying since it's all clipped together, but it will come loose.

That's it. I didn't take any of the inner parts apart after that. I will say that my sticky scroll wheel was scraping against the upper shell. By loosening the two screws at the front, it relieved some pressure and let it run more smoothly. I didn't actually have to take it all apart after step 2 in order to fix that issue.

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I took my Dell wireless mouse apart to clean the wheel. The spring fell out. I don't know where it goes back ( I didn't see where it fell from). I put it back together without the spring and now...


i beliece it is very fiddly to put that certain spring back in cus it is hard to see where they go back, my advice is to go to a local PC store and get them to use the right tools to place it back in for you.

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The roller ball stopped working after 4 months, can I fix it?


remove bottom screw and take apart , remove ball and see if dirt and debris is clogging or on the wheels that the ball moves , clean and remove if present put back together

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I have a Logitech wireless mouse DH931435 that has started to give me problems....the scrolling wheel only turns one way with great difficulty and the right and left click are very stiff....what can I do?


It sounds like someone spilled pop or other sticky stuff on the mouse. Its pretty easy to clean. Should be a couple of screws on the bottom. Take them out and carefully remove the plastic pieces. As long as you go slow are remember how it all fits together you will be just fine. There are a couple of small pieces that will fall out (if its an older mouse) so just be cautious. Use some rubbing alcohol and q-tips to clean around where the buttons press down and where the wheel rotates. Then put back together and it should work fine. Remember to do all this with it unplugged.

Good Luck

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The scroll button on my mouse is stuck, will not turn.


If the scroll button is sticky, take a q-tip and clean the wheel off on the outside and as much in the inside as possible. Dampen the q-tip with water.

If that doesnt' work, look for screws that hold the mouse together, unscrew the screws and take the mouse apart. At that point clean the scroll button and then put everything back together.

If the mouse still doesn't work properly then at that point, you'll need to get a new mouse.

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The Spring goes on the right side of the mouse wheel as it would be pointing at your computer. It supports the wheel to make it spring back when preasure is applied. Place the spring on the axle with the spring forming an spread out "A" (not a "V"). You will see that it falls nicely into the 2 little tower mounts. my real problem was with the other little piece of bent wire that fell out. This is the part that makes the snaping fealing as you scroll the wheel. This connects directly on the plastic part that is mounted on the scroll wheel. If you look at that plastic part you will see a small hole. One end goes in that hole & the other rounded end goes to the splines on the wheel itself. I hope this helps, it better that just saying go buy another.


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Mouse wheel a parts fell out of logitech 110 cordless mouse


Hm. I cannot find any repair or service manuals for it. I think they're supposed to be disposible ...

The closest pictures I could find were the installation guide which has very basic pictures.

I am sorry.

Try this, though, it might show something that looks familiar.

http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/logitech_en_amr.cfg/php/enduser/fattach_get.php?p_sid=KMk6DnAj&p_li=&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p_tbl=9&p_id=8363&p_created=1210269007&p_olh=0

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Microsoft Wireless Optical mouse 2.0 Sticky central wheel


I just took mine apart to fix same problem, works much better but not sure for how long.

Quite simple to dismantle the unit.

Take the battery cover off, remove batteries.
There is a small screw in the middle of the battery cavity, you will need a very small Phillips head screwdriver.
Gently ease the base (holding circuit board) from the top shell
The wheel unit can be gently eased out of its cradle, use the small screwdriver to pop it out, watch out for the small spring between base and wheel unit, don't lose it
You can disconnect the wheel unit from the circuit board by unhooking the small plug connector

Now defluff, then clean the wheel - I used a tiny amount of turps on a cloth, anything similar should work. If you look closely the reason the wheel won't roll smoothly is that the gel ring on the wheel is too close and rubs at the front and back of the cradle. Once grime builds up, this problem makes the wheel unusable. Roll the wheel back and forth along a clean surface once cleaned, should start rolling freely again.

I also unscrewed the top shell from the mouse buttons (all one piece, pinch the plastic pegs in the centre of the shell together to release) and cleaned the whole unit up before putting it back together

Don't forget the spring when putting the wheel unit back. When screwing the base to the top shell make sure there is no play between the two parts before you put the batteries back in, mine was a bit tricky to get tight again but worked fine second attempt

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