How to fix Apple Mighty Mouse scrolling problem?

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The scroll ball on my wired Mighty Mouse stopped moving up. It will move fine in all the other directions. Is there an easy way to fix this?

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jimlynch
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Your best bet is to probably take it to an Apple store, and have them look at it. It's hard to give you a direct answer without seeing it or holding it. But the folks at the Apple store can probably help you out.

You can find a local Apple store with this page:

http://www.apple.com/retail/locator/

rcook12
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Get a lint-free alcohol prep pad and use it to clean the ball. Usually a little dirt/debris is the cause of this problem, and clean it off will fix it.

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