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    Mighty Mouse problem
    my wired mighty mouse started acting funny last night. it will scroll up pages but not down. i tried cleaning it by rolling it on a sheet of paper and no luck. anyone have any ideas?

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    Sell it, and get a good mouse.

    Apple came out with a new mouse, the Magic Mouse.
    Apple Magic Mouse - Apple Store (U.S.)



    If your Mighty Mouse has a warranty, bring it in to Apple.

    If you really want to, I found a website that may help you fix the problem. Not guaranteed, but may work.

    JulianSchrader.de | How To Fix The Mighty Mouse Scroll Ball (+ video)

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    I've seen the new magic mouse but I'm not sure I like it. It appears to not be low profile and uncomfortable. I'm fine with a mighty mouse just as long as it works.

    I called the apple store and they said it's under warranty so I'll probably just swap it out.

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