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The Logitech Performance MX Mouse is a premiere mouse from Logitech with darkfield tracking technology and a free-spinning scroll wheel. Released in 2009. Model number: 910-001105.

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Double click when single left click function is used

Anyone know a solution to this? I try to click with the left button and it ends up double clicking. It also has trouble when click + hold is performed.

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Does anyone has the record of microchip or replacement microchip part number?

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definitely yes! How to fix this?

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Same problem but no solution

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I know this thread is dead, but your mouse likely just has a a dirty/damaged microswitch on that button. Just clean it or replace it.

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"Press the right click button and hold-it, turn the mouse off and on, leave the right mouse button pressed while clicking on the left click button 5 times Quit pressing the right click button and turn the mouse off. Click and hold the right mouse button, turn the mouse on and finally release the right mouse button." it works!!!!

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I'll be damned, this actually worked for me

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I was very sceptical but unbelievably this worked for me too! A million times quicker and easier than getting the soldering iron out!

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For the dutch people: De eerste keer lukte het mij niet. Toen wat rustiger het gedeelte van de 5x op de linker knop gedrukt, en, HET WERKT ECHT!!

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What kind of sorcery is this thing. It worked on mine too.

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How did you learn this sequence?? Is this published in some sort of Logitech hardware manual?

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I have also had this problem with several Logitech mice, including the performance MX

I fixed mine by desoldering and replacing the left microswitch with another (stolen from another, broken mouse). This is reasonably straightforward if you're comfortable with soldering, it just requires quite a lot of disassembly to get to the underneath of the logic board.

Alternatively, and much more simply, you can try opening up the microswitch and bending the internal spring back into shape. This is described in detail here (not my video).

Hope that helps

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Thanks for your response. I will give this a go now (managed to get my hands on a second-hand mouse) and let you know how it goes. Thanks

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Much easier solution is to take the microswitch apart and replace the spring from a working microswitch!

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Just open the microswitch. Remove the faulty spring. Replace spring from a working microswitch. This is much less hassle than desoldering the microswitch!

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Even easier: I've found that you can actually bend the spring and it will work just as good as new. I performed this repair and the mouse is still working well years later.

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Don't forget buy a tool to collect tin

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82z-OpHd...

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I've used this video to perform the repair on two different mice. The most challenging part is reattaching the spring.

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I think you need replace the left button micro switch

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just replace the omorn switch in mouse it cost less than 2 bucks with shipping.

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That’s because the button is used down and the only real solution is to get it replaced by another one… there is a software solution but not really reliable…

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