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Marble mouse USB

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...


Turn it belly side up. If there is a retaining ring turnit counter-clockwise to remove it Pop out the ball.
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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trackballs and other ball mouses have an optical sensor inside the cup that holds the ball. dirt, lint and debris that falls into the optical sensor can make the cursor jump around - the sensor detects the debris as if it were a ball movement. Clean the inside of the cup and the jumping should stop.

Cleaning the cup -- first clean the three points that hold the ball up. They tend to grap whatever dirt or grease gets onto the ball from the user's hand. Clean the rectangular sensor window with a que-tip or by blowing into it. Get any stuck debris out of the corners. Finally, turn the mouse over, without the bal inside, and tap it on a hard surface. This can knock loose any remaining debris that can fall into the sensor window.

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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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I clean my marble with a mild dish soap. Dry. Then spray the ball with Pledge or some other furniture polish. Let dry for a few minutes and then polish with a lint free cloth. I have to do mine every 6 months or so. When cleaning the contacts I only use a small paintbrush. If you get alcohol on the sensory window, although using a q-tip, you can still scratch the surface.

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Try Normal 0 Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon. When the window opens showing the mouse, select the button you want to change and click on the drop down and set as desired.
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