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I took my mouse apart to clean the rollers near the wheel and the spring fell out. Where does it go?

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Its basically applied to the buttons and sometimes near rollers... check if your mouse is working fine then leave it . i think it wont cost you anything

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Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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