Question about Logitech Inc MX610 Laser Cordless Mouse DH931350
With the Logitech utilities, I can get it to associate, but never quite get that X/Y mousing action one hopes for. Buttons work, though the LMB is really hard to press and the mousewheel doesn't look like it will tilt right properly (no room on the case!) Ah, I should've tested it when I first got it. Sure enough the screws to open it up are under the footpads. Any advice on what to check/fix and how to put the pads back on?
SOURCE: Logitech LX-7 Wireless mouse
Buzzinator's diagnostic is right on. The microswitch has a hard plastic (as it should) while the pads on the pillars that reach down and actuate the microswitchs are of a softer plastic. For the left button, the notch is all the way across the pads while for the right button, the notch is still growing from one side, but still works. I don't have epoxy either, nor metal tape (great idea!). So I filled in the notch with superglue! Bad choice, I know, but it's all I have at the moment.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Ok, try this in the steps ordered
1 remove the receiver from the USB port
2 remove the battery from the mouse
3 turn on the pc
4 after everything is loaded on the pc, plug the mouse receiver into the USB port
5 put the battery back in to the mouse and let it "find" the receiver.
If these steps don't work, try doing the steps and use a different USB port. If that doesn't work try a different battery in the mouse.
If none of this works and the receiver hasn't been bent (happens allot in laptops), then it sounds like your mouse took a dump.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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Please refresh the wireless connection
in order to do so please press and hold down the connect button at the bottom of the mouse and the connect button on the receiver together and release both the buttons together.
this should referesh the wireless connection.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
Testimonial: "It worked! Thx :)"
I had a similar problem and was able to fix it. The left mousebutton was clickable, but needed extra force.
After opening the mouse I found that at the side of the mousewheel there was notch pointing upwards, preventing free movement of the left mousebutton. I was able to rotate the ring with the notch back into horizontal position after gently pushing the housing surrounding the mouse wheel wider.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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