Parts

No parts required.

  1. Switch for this is on the bottom. Very findable, so no image.
    • Switch for this is on the bottom. Very findable, so no image.

  2. And the Unifying receiver, if its in the mouse. This is not strictly needed, but you shold probably still do it.
    • And the Unifying receiver, if its in the mouse. This is not strictly needed, but you shold probably still do it.

    • They are hidden below the two glide pads on the sides of the release switch for the battery cover. Just stick your Phillips in there and get them out.

    • It will resist a little, gently pull. When you have a little gap, gently rock it for- and backward a little, until it gets loose.

    • The second image tries to show the clutches that hold it to the upper cover.

    • Insert wisdom here.

Conclusion

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

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Stephan

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Very nice! Helped me get mine back together after I accidently removed the wire on the wheel.

ben hall - Reply

Clear and concise, very helpful ! My wheel click didn't work anymore, a quick dusting and cleaning of the insides got it back to normal.

To those who would like to take the logics board from the lower casing : be careful when puting it back together, as the on/off switch under the board must properly align with the small moving plastic piece located in the lower casing. Otherwise, you might have to disasemble the whole thing again just to put it right.

Thibault Marduel - Reply

Very helpful! my problem was the Rubber of the wheel, it has “expanded” and it made some friction with the transparent structure. Disassembled, rolled on a flat surface pressing hard and the rubber no longer touches the plastic! Awesome!

Lorenzo Cecchelli - Reply

Thanks! I’ve managed to clean one of the mouse buttons, so it saved me from buying a new one.

Slava Fomin II - Reply

Great guide with helpful pictures. I cleaned the mouse wheel by dampening a strip of tissue paper with alcohol and using a flathead eyeglasses screwdriver to get it started wheeling through the housing.

mooboynyc - Reply

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