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#1 bighenny22


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Posted 28 December 2012 - 08:10 PM

Hi i have a Logitech Laser Mouse its not wireless..not sure what kind ..but i think the cord is screwed up ..anyways i took it a part to clean it and check it out to see whats wrong with it ...when i had it apart ..the wheel had 1 spring and 1 other looks like a hook of some kind and i can't find where the hook piece goes ...?? any help i have look on youitube but no help..the piece i have extra i believe is for the wheel so it clicks when using wheel ??

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 04:56 PM

By the looks of it, you aren't going to get a lot of help with this one.

The make and model should be on the bottom of the mouse, you will need this if you are going to get any help with this.

If you find this you could call the manufacturer, Google for a tech support phone number, and ask them if they could help you.

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#3 Nanobyte


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Posted 07 January 2013 - 04:34 PM

I would guess that the spring is either for the wheel detente (you can feel the wheel moving from notch to notch as you turn it) or for the middle button function (when you press the wheel down for the middle button, the spring pulls it up again). If you can't figure it out I would suggest buying another mouse unless it's expensive. I've been using Lexma laser mice from Walmart for years, which were $10-20.

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