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Opening a mouse is no problem - screws typically covered by the small slide-pads, and occasionally, also in the battery compartment.
The mouse was part of a refurb package with a nice keyboard (it was the may interest). Aside from the interest of what's inside this particular mouse, fixing it will compete with replacing it with another refurb (final cost of new switch and shipping costs). It has, after all, been replaced with a backup already.
Interesting: There are shows I like, including Babylon 5 probably the top; classic Dr. Who; I watch various Star Treks, which not only stream but also are broadcast 6 nights a week on a local stations (9-4). Except, of course, I never watch Captain Mommy and Voyager. That being said, I never had the urge to decorate via clothing or objects with their representative images and such. So many others do, and of course, they go to conventions and dress up and all.
Have you tried turning the mouse off, rapidly left and right click for 30 seconds or so, then turn it back on? I had a logitech gaming mouse that was double clicking randomly and these steps from the logitech support site fixed it.
I read some where this has something to do with a design flaw in the Omrom 50m switches Logitech uses in there mice but IDK if that's true or not.
This basic troubleshooting step will fix this issue on a lot of mice as I think the main cause of the problem is dust or something lodged in the switch and this procedure forces whatever is in there to dislodge itself. I have also found a couple of well placed bursts of air help too.
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