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WD-40 would not be a good idea. It is probably lint and fibers collecting on the wheel's axel. Most mice are easy to disassemble, there may be covers over the screws on the bottom of the mouse. Once the axel is clean then it should be able to move in its sockets without any need for oil.
WD-40 would not be a good idea. It is probably lint and fibers collecting on the wheel's axel. Most mice are easy to disassemble, there may be covers over the screws on the bottom of the mouse. Once the axel is clean then it should be able to move in its sockets without any need for oil.

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原帖由: DrGlowire ,

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WD-40 would not be a good idea.  It is probably lint and fibers collecting on the wheel's axel.  Most mice are easy to disassemble, there may be covers over the screws on the bottom of the mouse.

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