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Introduction

After some time left mouse click fails. This results in unintended double clicks or drag and drop. This can be solved by disassembling the mouse and folding a metal part.

Thanks to Kyler's Studio for the tutorial I initially followed.

Parts

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  1. Insérer un commentaire.
    • Insérer un commentaire.

  2. The pads have two layers. Ideally, both should remain attached, but it is hard to achieve.
    • The pads have two layers. Ideally, both should remain attached, but it is hard to achieve.

  3. Use a 00 screwdriver
    • Use a 00 screwdriver

  4. Slide the bottom to the side while removing the top Slide the bottom to the side while removing the top Slide the bottom to the side while removing the top
    • Slide the bottom to the side while removing the top

  5. Not necessary, but makes it easier to work.
    • Not necessary, but makes it easier to work.

  6. This avoids loosing the white piece.
    • This avoids loosing the white piece.

  7. Push the vertical front part of the multiswitch to unhold it. Push the vertical front part of the multiswitch to unhold it.
    • Push the vertical front part of the multiswitch to unhold it.

  8. Flatten the metallic piece of the multiswitch (it will probably be curved upward) until you get a neat "clic" sound. Flatten the metallic piece of the multiswitch (it will probably be curved upward) until you get a neat "clic" sound.
    • Flatten the metallic piece of the multiswitch (it will probably be curved upward) until you get a neat "clic" sound.

Conclusion

To reassemble the mouse, follow the instructions in the reverse order.

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Samuel Colin

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