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The easy way is to use a damp cloth, hold it against the ball, and rotate the ball to clean it.
If that doesn't clear it up, usually you can open it up from the back (tiny screws) and clean the rollers that the ball turns on. TAKE OUT THE BATTERYS! Use a toothpick, tweezer etc to pull out the fuzz that builds up. A Qtip with a bit of alcohol will clean the black smudges on the roller, but don't drip too much.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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