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Logitech trackman marble fx model T-CJ12

I need to order the little bearings that r inside the mouse.
R they available?

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Hello rebelwarrior,

Unfortunately, Logitech do not sell these components separately..The only components that they sell fro mice are replacement mice feet. They will replace the entire unit if it is still under warranty and is unopened/tampered with. You contact their customer via email HERE. They usually respond within a day or two max. (I know, because I was on the support desk for a while ;))
If you wish to call them, the number is:
+1 646-454-3200
Monday - Friday: 6am - 6pm PST
Saturday - Sunday: 7am - 5pm PST

However, I think you may be able to find suitable replacement parts at your local computer store or by doing a Google search online...Hope that helps...

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