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The mouse is not as responsive as it used be. i have to move the mouse further to travel a certain distance. I changed the batteries. Does it need to be cleaned?

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I opened the mouse and took the batteries out and double checked their placement and even though they were in correctly the first time, the mouse started working the second time.

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the mouse itself is defeective, replace it.

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