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genik, I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you find. the scroll ball is nothing but a "rubber" ball with a metal core. I would suggest to measure the existing ball and get something the same (or at least very close to it) ball from places [http://cicball.thomasnet.com/viewitems/rubber-balls-2/viton-rubber-balls|like this.] Hope this helps, good luck.
 
== update ==
 
any mechanic or machinist should be able to help you. All you need is a set of vernier calipers to measure it.
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=== Update (01/06/2016) ===

I thought by now you had found what you needed. Anyhow, the diameter is 7.15mm/0.2815inch[image|736907][image|736906
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=== Update (01/06/2016) ===

I thought by now you had found what you needed. Anyhow, the diameter is 7.15mm/0.2815inch[image|736907][image|736906
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genik, I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you find. the scroll ball is nothing but a "rubber" ball with a metal core. I would suggest to measure the existing ball and get something the same (or at least very close to it) ball from places [http://cicball.thomasnet.com/viewitems/rubber-balls-2/viton-rubber-balls|like this.] Hope this helps, good luck.
 
== update ==
any mechanic or machinist should be able to help you. All you need is a set of vernier calipers to measure it.
[image|386410]

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Igenik, I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you find. the scroll ball is nothing but a "rubber" ball with a metal core. I would suggest to measure the existing ball and get something the same (or at least very close to it) ball from places [http://cicball.thomasnet.com/viewitems/rubber-balls-2/viton-rubber-balls|like this.] Hope this helps, good luck.
Igenik, I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you find. the scroll ball is nothing but a "rubber" ball with a metal core. I would suggest to measure the existing ball and get something the same (or at least very close to it) ball from places [http://cicball.thomasnet.com/viewitems/rubber-balls-2/viton-rubber-balls|like this.] Hope this helps, good luck.

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I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you findfind. the scroll ball is nothing but a "rubber" ball with a metal core. I would suggest to measure the existing ball and get something the same (or at least very close to it) ball from places [http://cicball.thomasnet.com/viewitems/rubber-balls-2/viton-rubber-balls|like this.] Hope this helps, good luck.
I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you findfind. the scroll ball is nothing but a "rubber" ball with a metal core. I would suggest to measure the existing ball and get something the same (or at least very close to it) ball from places [http://cicball.thomasnet.com/viewitems/rubber-balls-2/viton-rubber-balls|like this.] Hope this helps, good luck.

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I am sure that you have already checked [guide|2926|these instructions.] Post an image of your trackball as well as the damage with your question and lets see if we can assist you finding what you need. If you can measure the diameter of the ball and let us know what you find

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