Question about Dell U0636 Mouse
That is quite the spill! First power off and unplug the mouse.
if the spill was low and the lense on the mouse if fouled, then a quick wipe with a wet windex or achol on a towel will clean the lense. if it is not and was a heavey spill then you may need a Q tip to lightly clean the laser/LED. If this was on top of the mouse and it shorted out unless you are talented at a solder iron, just toss the mouse and get a new one.
If the photo above is incorrect such as it is a wireless mouse then you can take out the batteries, clean the contacts with an achol swab and if there are any screws on the mouse take them out and put the whole mouse in a zip lock of rice. this generally only works if it is fresh and the rice can take out the moisture. if its old try it but throw out the rice when your done, it not worth the contamination of possible battery acid.
PS try new batteries too as they could have shorted but again this is if it was a wireless.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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