I feel sure that this problem is not new! I have a two-year-old Dell Inspiron 1525 and the onboard left 'mouse' button which is part of the touchpad has flattened and no longer springs back up to its rightful place. How do I go about gaining access and repairing this problem? The laptop is not under warranty. Thanks.
p.s. I have been using a USB mouse for some time and wish to go back to using the onboard touchpad and its buttons.
This is what you must replace:
and here's how you do it:
Wow, that was quick. Thank you very much.
...just to replace a spring??? Mine left button is going flat and I am tempted to just pry it off like a key cap... any suggestions? J
You can do that, but there are no individual replacement parts available.
You can just get the buttons