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I have an original M4848 "Hockey Puck" mouse that I have kinda become attached to. I carry it between my desk @ home and work because I absolutely hate the trackpads on my work computer. I opened my case this afternoon and found that the button was not working.(It looks like the sensor for the click feature got shifted back into the mouse itself) Everything else works except the button. I'd really hate to throw it away, son are there any tips on how to fix this, or at least take it apart and see if I can fix it?

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Thanks. I'll have a look around and report back later.

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I took a look at it, but most of the mouse stuff was current-gen mighty mouse. I might go to best buy and pick up a wireless mighty mouse later this week. @ Collin Bl: Thanks for the site. Might be able to use it later.

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