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Logitech CordlessClick Optical Mouse Springs

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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David
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  • djbremer5 Oct 22, 2008

    Thanks! Just what I needed!!

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Hi, did you fix your logitech wheel mouse?I have a pic for you.. how to fix it.. http://img107.mytextgraphics.com/photolava/2007/11/23/mx5184-48lorgeqx.jpg

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