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My mouse will not work....i have replaced the batteries but i think the old ones eroded in there so is my mouse ruined?

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Hello sir, Hi, when this thing happens to one of our equipment, i usually disassemble it to clean and check the extent of damage, if by chance corrosion reaches the circuit board. most likely its ruin, if not clean all contacts and make sure that the green slime is removed.

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If there is residual battery acid in the battery compartment, you can try cleaning it off with rubbing alcohol and a q tip. But most likely the mouse is ruined.

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