Introduction

You will need a screw driver and prying tool for this guide. Some of the parts are hard to remove at first and have some force applied to them.

Image 1/3: There is a button to pop off the cover. It is located on the bottom of the mouse. you may need to press hard on this button to pop the cover. Image 2/3: If the button does not work, you will need to pry off the cover. You can use your fingernails or a prying tool in order to do this, as seen in the third image. Image 3/3: If the button does not work, you will need to pry off the cover. You can use your fingernails or a prying tool in order to do this, as seen in the third image.
  • The battery compartment cover is located on the top of the mouse. The seam running horizontally across the mouse is the top of the cover.

  • There is a button to pop off the cover. It is located on the bottom of the mouse. you may need to press hard on this button to pop the cover.

  • If the button does not work, you will need to pry off the cover. You can use your fingernails or a prying tool in order to do this, as seen in the third image.

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  • Remember to insert the new battery in the same orientation as the old one. The positive (plus) end should be facing away from the buttons.

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Image 1/2: There will be two 0.5mm phillips head screws. Both will be underneath the bottom two pads. Image 2/2: There will be two 0.5mm phillips head screws. Both will be underneath the bottom two pads.
  • The pads on the underside of the mouse hide the screws. Remove these first. You may need to use your fingernails or a prying tool.

  • There will be two 0.5mm phillips head screws. Both will be underneath the bottom two pads.

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  • Pry the top cover off. You may need to use a pry tool to help.

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  • Use your fingernail to carefully remove the two skid stickers from the fat (non-button) end of the bottom of the mouse to reveal two Philips head screws. Remove these, then unclip the bottom cover. Don't get the sticky dusty. Now remove buttons; they're both attached by one 0.5mm Phillips head screw. It is located in the center of the top cover.

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Image 1/2: The button plate should be able to be completely removed at this point. Image 2/2: The button plate should be able to be completely removed at this point.
  • The button are now only attached by a small overhang near the front. You will need to use the pry tool to push the button plate off of this overhang as shown.

  • The button plate should be able to be completely removed at this point.

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Conclusion

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

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