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That is a circuitry problem. You can try this following procedure if you can. --unscrew and open your mouse casing. --you need a tester (VOM) to test the wiring continuity. If one of the wire is open connection you can replace it with a new USB or PS2 connector. If all the wire is shorted, proceed to the next step. --Check if the microswitch is ok by testing the pin connection using the tester. Microswich has 3 pins, test only the soldered pins. When you press the switch, it might be shorted. If not, replace it with a new microswitch.
Microswitch and USB/PS2 connector are available in all electronics shops.

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