Mouse HP Pavilion dv6 broken

The mouse on the HP Pavilion dv6 model 2170 broke one I really want to get a replacement instead of buy a hand mouse.  I'm having a hard time locating a... Any advice on where I can find a new... Thank you..

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Unfortunately, the touchpad is part of the overall cover. Here are the available parts:

Top of the cover page (includes speakers, TouchPad and cable, LED Board and cable and move the cover)
For use only with white computer models not equipped with a fingerprint reader 518108-001 digital
For use only with black computer models not equipped with a fingerprint reader 518788-001 digital
For use only with black computer models equipped with a fingerprint reader 579160-001 digital

Here is the Manual:

Manual

See Page 4-30.

I think that yours is black and has no fingerprint reader if you need 518788-001

Chassis plastic large parts are generally quite expensive, but here's one for a pretty good price:

http://www.eBay.com/ITM/531600-001-genuine-original-HP-top-cover-PALMREST-DV6-2000-series-A-/271536888582?PT=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f38dc1b06

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