I have the above mentioned mouse. I took it apart to clean the scroll wheel of accumulated debris. Unfortunately I was not as careful as I should have been and the spring that provides the "click" to the scroll wheel popped out of position. I have it back and working, but it does not seem to be in the right spot. Does anyone have a picture of how this spring should be placed?
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<p>The Logitech MX 1000 is a laser mouse that connects to your
home computer. It is called a laser mouse, it uses an optical beam instead of a
rubber ball navigation. Over time, the area around the package is dusty or
dirty and affect the functionality of a mouse. If this is the case with the
mouse, a quick cleaning to start working perfectly in no time. <br />
<p>1. Disconnect the mouse cable from the USB port of your
computer and turn the mouse upside down. Note the lens optical beam in the
middle of the bottom of the mouse. <br />
<p>2. Bang on the bottom of the mouse to get rid of dust and
dirt that have accumulated near the lens optical beam over time. <br />
<p>3. Use microfiber cloth (a different substance can damage
the lens) and clean the bottom surface of the mouse as well. <br />
<p>4. Let your nails along the sides of the rubber feet on the
bottom of the mouse all the dirt that accumulated in the crevices to remove. <br />
The Spring goes on the right side of the mouse wheel as it would be pointing at your computer. It supports the wheel to make it spring back when preasure is applied. Place the spring on the axle with the spring forming an spread out "A" (not a "V"). You will see that it falls nicely into the 2 little tower mounts. my real problem was with the other little piece of bent wire that fell out. This is the part that makes the snaping fealing as you scroll the wheel. This connects directly on the plastic part that is mounted on the scroll wheel. If you look at that plastic part you will see a small hole. One end goes in that hole & the other rounded end goes to the splines on the wheel itself. I hope this helps, it better that just saying go buy another.
try and contact logitech, but they aregoing to charge you and it may cost more than a new mouse, because they dont really want anyone to have that documation about there new product.
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