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Just Fixed my Mighty Mouse!


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For the past couple of weeks, my MM no longer scrooled down. Up, Left, Right, no problem. Down was a different story however. I tried blowing into it and everything I could think of, until somebody suggested using a damp cloth. Instead, being in a hurry to fix my mouse, I used plain ol spit. I spit onto to scroll ball and scrolled with it, but to no avail. When I was wiping it off however, I noticed that my browser was jumping up and down. I finished wiping it off, and it now works. No more hitting the down key all the time! Sometimes it takes a little spit!
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lol, thats a great fix!

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I can see the infomercial now... "are you tired of dragging out those expensive tools to fix your computer? Well now you can use our patented spit in a can... yours now for 3 easy payments of $19.99"
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I can see the infomercial now... "are you tired of dragging out those expensive tools to fix your computer? Well now you can use our patented spit in a can... yours now for 3 easy payments of $19.99"
ROTFL!

Or,
Super OxySpit
iSpit
Ron Popeil's Spit-o-Matic

Don't forget Spit-o-Matic's other uses:
Keeps wind-blown hair in place
Shines shoes
Removes food from children's faces

Act now, and get the Turbo-Spit extension tube. Projects spit around corners!

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Mine's been doing that for 3 months...

...guess I'll have to try that.

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