The proper way to help you narrow down what you are looking for is "Merge-SPLogFile". This little gem searches across the ULS logs and helps you dump it into a single file.
Format is simple (obviously run one of the farm servers):
Merge-SPLogFile - Path <File Path> -Correlation <Correlation ID> -Overwrite
Overwrite is optional - it simply overwrites an existing file. So for example:
Merge-SPLogFile -Path "c:\temp\MyLogsMerged.log" -Correlation 7d88815d-17d5-412d-a71d-f0d124c8ad7c -Overwrite
And you can add the date (or time):
Merge-SPLogFile -Path "c:\temp\MyLogsMerged-$(Get-Date -f yyyy-MM-dd).log" -Correlation 7d88815d-17d5-412d-a71d-f0d124c8ad7c -Overwrite
Now you can use this merged log file in the ULS viewer so you can take your time to review an entire event without having to filter.
There are actually a lot of things you can use to filter - Correlation is just one. It can be an Event ID, service name, etc. - see the details here:
Merge-SPLogFile on docs.microsoft.com