Question about Logitech (931395-0403) Mouse
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.
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