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The rubber friction strip on the scroll wheel of my Microsoft 4000 wireless mouse has broken free from the inner hard plastic hub. It has stretched to the point that I do not believe it could be re-attached and still work smoothly. I am asking if a replacement wheel unit is available? I am also considering cutting the rubber ring, remove the stretched excess, and then gluing it back on the hub. Thoughts? Alternate suggestions?

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Old question, but in case anyone runs across this, just cut the rubber part off the wheel by lifting gently and cutting with a knife or nail clippers, mouse still works fine (it works optically not by friction)

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