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Left button problem

I now have to click really ******* the left button before it will function. The right button works fine. What is the problem and how can I fix ? thx

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This problem of yours has a simple solution:just change the left push to on switch.desolder the original one, get a switch from the local electronic market of the same type(if possible OR another one which will b placed correctly on d pcb and which ensures that d click works)
The problem is that the spring in d switch has lost it's physical properties,which is a aging problem.
Solder the new switch,and there u go,click click click,all working fine.

Posted on May 31, 2008

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Remove the single screw inside the battery compartment, lift off the rear portion of the mouse top cover, then gently lift up the back end of the remaining shell.

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Carefully reassemble all parts and hte right click function should now be restored. The debris has been removed and the right click now has it's full range of travel restored.

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