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The ball is very hard to roll. It does not open the way a standard mouse does to clean it. What do I do?

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The trackball can be removed by pulling up on it a little to the right or left of center.

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I accidentally fumbled and dumped an entire cup of coffee on my Logitech marble mouse! I extracted the ball, dried everything off inside and out, and even cleaned the little optical window inside the...


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There are three little bearings about the and shape ofa BB Take a Q tip and dry and or remove any debris on the BBs There should also be a little black rectangle. This is thewindow that the sensor looks at the ball through, Clean/dry it with Q-tip. Put it back together and try again.

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Dirty filter, needs cleaned or replaced.
Partially clogged hose, needs cleared. Detach hose from tank and drop marble down the end of the hose. It should roll through the hose and power head to the floor.
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The problem is from the external mouse if your mouse is a ball mouse roll the ball round with your hand to ensure that it rolls freely clean all forms of dirt on the mouse and around the ball

If your mouse is an optical one wipe the optical surface with a clean cloth or cotton wool.

always ensure that you use your mouse on a smooth surface for proper scrolling.

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Rollerball on Wireless mouse keeps getting gummed up. Cleaning done frequently but need to open mouse to get inside cleaned ?


The Apple wireless mice aren't made to be disassembled, not even by techs. If you disassemble it to clean it, you must glue it back together.
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When this no longer works, you can either attempt to clean the ball yourself at your own risk, or purchase a new mouse.

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if you are using a mouse with ball.... clean it, or better yet get a laser mouse. hopes this help.

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try taking a slightly moist rag and cleaning the ball. that should take care of it.

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