[Coco] OT: Mouse balls service bulletin
jimhrubik at earthlink.net
Sun Apr 1 21:04:54 EDT 2007
Hi, Bob. That was for the old-fashioned IBM mice. My current mouse
just has a strange red light under it. Maybe a rash? Yuck. And to
think I have to touch it all the time.
Any veterinary advice for dealing with a strange red rashes on the
underside of a mouse?
On Apr 1, 2007, at 8:20 PM, Bob Devries wrote:
> Mouse balls & Mouse Balls Inspector
> If a mouse fails to operate or should it perform erratically, it
> may need a ball replacement. Mouse balls are now available as FRU
> (Field Replacement Units). Because of the delicate nature of this
> procedure, replacement of mouse balls should only be attempted by
> properly trained personnel.
> Before proceeding, determine the type of mouse balls by examining
> the underside of the mouse. Domestic balls will be larger and
> harder than foreign balls. Ball removal procedures differ depending
> upon the manufacturer of the mouse. Foreign balls can be replaced
> using the pop off method. Domestic balls are replaced by using the
> twist off method. Mouse balls are not usually static sensitive.
> However, excessive handling can result in sudden discharge. Upon
> completion of ball replacement, the mouse may be used immediately.
> It is recommended that each person have a pair of spare balls for
> maintaining optimum customer satisfaction.
> Any customer missing his balls should contact the local personnel
> in charge of removing and replacing these necessary items. Please
> keep in mind that a customer without properly working balls is an
> unhappy customer.
> Regards, Bob Devries, Dalby, Queensland, Australia
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