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Mighty mouse clicking problems...


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Recently my mouse stopped making the clicking noise when I would click it, and it felt funny like if some dirt or grime was inhibiting it from pressing down all the way. So I took the liberty to open it up and clean it and the mechanism that clicks i found out that it's not making the clicking noise when i push it in, so now I know its not dirt or grime inhibiting it.... :/ so am i totally screwed now?

Here is a picture and the gray button inside the red circle is the clicking mechanism.

Everything else works on the mouse, the scroll, moving the cursor, the side buttons...
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eh the thing is 2 years old i wasnt going to be able to send it back or anything, so didn't have anything to lose really

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