Introduction

This mouse was designed with usability in mind taking little to no effort to fix anything.

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  • Use the screwdriver to remove the stickers hiding the screws marked in red.

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  • Remove the 4 screws to continue.

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  • Pry the center of the mouse apart to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards.

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Image 1/1: Don't pull the wires too hard, as they might break.
  • Remove the wires from the white crimp headers. This will separate the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.

  • Don't pull the wires too hard, as they might break.

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Image 1/2: This may take some force to remove. Make sure to pull it parallel to the board, instead of perpendicularly. Image 2/2: Replace/clean if needed.
  • Pull the Scroll wheel, in red, to the left to remove it.

  • This may take some force to remove. Make sure to pull it parallel to the board, instead of perpendicularly.

  • Replace/clean if needed.

  • If your mouse still doesn't work after this step, please continue onto the next step.

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  • Desolder these 3 pins and solder the replacement part in.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Vincent Lee

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Hi Vincent, could you please help me with finding a place where this rotation sensor can be bought. I'm not even sure how this part is called so searching for it is quite tricky.

Cheers,

Michal

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