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I have a mbp feb 2013, using a magic mouse. Now it seems that the mouse doesn't want to move easy, it is like you have to drag it over all other functions work fine. I tried to unpair restart computer, paired again, but will not move, any ideas would help, Thx

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Flat batteries by any chance. Toss when they get below 85%.

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Thx for your reply, no they are brand new batteries, but I figured it out, under mouse is that hole with I guess is an eye, well i use the dust blaster in there and now it works fine, so I am guessing it was just dust blocking the eye thingy, thx again

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Yes you got it by cleaning the sensor. Simple wasn't it lol?

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