Voltar March 5, 2011 at 20:22:58 Specs: Windows 7, Intel Celeron 900
I have a Toshiba satellite L455-S5975. I have had it for 1 year and 4 months. I have replaced the screen and where the power cord plugs into the computer. Now my left mouse button is stuck down and under a little ways further to the left than it is supposed to be. Is it safe to just get the needle nose pliers and pull it back into position?
i had this problem. what i did was turn the computer over and unscrew the screw on the bottom where the lights are after that i used a thin blade to pry apart the top just enough to fit the blade in to slide my mouse button back into position.
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