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    Sending in Mighty Mouse for repair
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    Exclamation Sending in Mighty Mouse for repair
    There's a slight problem with my Mighty Mouse and I got it when I bought it together with my iMac last year. So if I decided just to send in my MM for repair, what form of identification do I need to prove in order to claim its still covered under the 1 year warranty with my iMac, cause I think I kinda lost the receipt or something.
    The dark is passion, the light is logic.

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    If the problem is that it is not scrolling up or down properly, just hold it upside down and rub it vigourously on the desk on a sheet of blank paper for a minute or so.

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    Well I'd try to clean it first. But don't hope for too much. Mine died well the scroll ball on it. So now I use it like a one button classic Apple mouse. As a long time Mac user no 2nd buttons or scroll balls don't bother me.

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    They'll pull the serial number and figure out if it's under warrantee or not. It's in the battery compartment of wireless MMs, don't know where it is on wired ones.

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    My scroll button isn't working anymore as in when you click it, there's no feedback. But it still works for basic scrolling.
    The dark is passion, the light is logic.

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    Have you made sure the USB plug and port are clean? And that all connections are clean and secure?

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    Its precisely that I tried the rolling on the paper method that got my scroll button stuck lol. And its a wireless MM by the way.
    The dark is passion, the light is logic.

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    the spit and paper trick worked for me.

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