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Check on the click wheel there is a metal frame the is made to provide some of the spring action you can adjust it by bending it a little and that will enable you to adjust the wheel inside the front plate. Also of course you made sure that the wheel is line up with the notches in the front plate. I would not use crazy glue for the battery. Use another liquid glues to gets sticky but eventually can be removed. Any liquid glue would be better than crazy glue. PITA to remove at a later time if you ever have to. Good luck and I hope this helps.
 
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Check on the click wheel there is a metal frame the is made to provide some of the spring action you can adjust it by bending it a little and that will enable you to adjust the wheel inside the front plate. Also of course you made sure that the wheel is line up with the notches in the front plate. I would not use crazy glue for the battery. Use another liquid glues to gets sticky but eventually can be removed. Any liquid glue would be better than crazy glue. PITA to remove at a later time if you ever have to. Good luck and I hope this helps.
 
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Check on the click wheel there is a metal frame the is made to provide some of the spring action you can adjust it by bending it a little and that will enable you to adjust the wheel inside the front plate. Also of course you made sure that the wheel is line up with the notches in the front plate. I would not use crazy glue for the battery. Use another liquid glues to gets sticky but eventually can be removed. Any liquid glue would be better than crazy glue. PITA theto remove at a later timetime if you ever have to. Good luck and I hope this helps.
Check on the click wheel there is a metal frame the is made to provide some of the spring action you can adjust it by bending it a little and that will enable you to adjust the wheel inside the front plate. Also of course you made sure that the wheel is line up with the notches in the front plate. I would not use crazy glue for the battery. Use another liquid glues to gets sticky but eventually can be removed. Any liquid glue would be better than crazy glue. PITA theto remove at a later timetime if you ever have to. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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Check on the click wheel there is a metal frame the is made to provide some of the spring action you can adjust it by bending it a little and that will enable you to adjust the wheel inside the front plate. Also of course you made sure that the wheel is line up with the notches in the front plate. I would not use crazy glue for the battery. Use another liquid glues to gets sticky but eventually can be removed. Any liquid glue would be better than crazy glue. PITA the remove at a later time.

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