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A small chip/divot in the ball after it was dropped. Catches on the roller bearings and hangs. Can JUST the Ball be replaced??

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You can buy just the ball from the company, but first contact a computer repair shop and ask if they might have one lying around, these devices go bad and they may have some. To buy the ball from the company and pay shipping may be cost prohibitive and you might be better off just replacing the complete unit. one alternative if your handy. get some epoxy (from ACE hardware or etc). make up a small amount of the paste and fill the chip., when it drys (24 hours) sand it smooth and it should work again. the stuff is very hard and I have made repairs with it before on equipment that could not find replacement parts. good luck

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