An old computer computer mouse that you bought for $300 is no longer working for you.
The mouse is now useless.
The new mouse is the best thing since sliced bread.
And it costs less than $20.
You can do it yourself with this simple DIY project.
Here’s how:First, make sure you have a mouse that’s been sitting unused for a long time.
If it’s a mouse with a built-in sensor, make an airtight seal with a sealant.
For most mice, it’s easy to remove the sensor with a nail.
If you want to be more thorough, you can use a toothpick to remove it.
Once you have the sensor removed, put it into a bag and put it in a cool, dark place.
Next, take the old mouse and put a plastic sleeve on it to keep it from getting dusty or sticky.
Take your old mouse back to the store and return it to your local hardware store for a refund.
If that doesn’t work, you’re out of luck.
Here are some tips for getting rid of a mouse without leaving a trace:Remove the old sensor from the mouse by placing it in an air tight plastic sleeve and pressing the sensor firmly into the metal plate.
Remove the old button and spring with a small screwdriver.
If the sensor is still attached, try putting it back in its box, but this time remove the old housing and replace it with the new housing.
If the old part doesn’t move easily, you may have to gently pull the sensor out with a wire cutter or a small hammer.
Remove any excess plastic covering the sensor by gently rubbing the plastic against the sensor.
Once all of the plastic has been removed, remove the housing from the sensor using a needle.
Make sure you leave enough space for the button to go in and out of the hole before you replace the sensor itself.
You can find more tips to get your old laptop working at The Next Web.