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My inland wireless mouse, model 7340 is very sticky...unusable

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Mine did the same thing, i took it back to the store, the optical laser is not reading correctly

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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-Be sure that the receiver unit is tightly plugged into the USB port.
-Be sure there is a clear line of sight between the mouse and the receiver because wireless mice use infer red to communicate which cannot pass through solid objects very well. Try moving the mouse closer to the receiver or vice versa and see if you get an accurate pointer.
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Thank you I hope this helps.
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Inland Navigator USB Optical Mouse...
don't believe Fix-ya sells mice, there are a few rats around LOL though
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