Remove the teflon tape from the bottom of the mouse with a spudger.
  • Remove the teflon tape from the bottom of the mouse with a spudger.

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Remove the four screws with the Phillips head #00 screwdriver.
  • Remove the four screws with the Phillips head #00 screwdriver.

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Gently pull on the top plastic plate of the device and carefully unplug the white cord from the circuit board.
  • Gently pull on the top plastic plate of the device and carefully unplug the white cord from the circuit board.

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Gently pull up on the two side plastic plates.
  • Gently pull up on the two side plastic plates.

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Take a plastic spudger and gently pry the battery pack from the device.
  • Take a plastic spudger and gently pry the battery pack from the device.

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Unplug the power cord from the circuit board.
  • Unplug the power cord from the circuit board.

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Plug the cord of the new battery into the socket on the bottom right of the circuit board.
  • Plug the cord of the new battery into the socket on the bottom right of the circuit board.

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Remove the two screws holding the battery mount in place and remove the mount from the mouse.
  • Remove the two screws holding the battery mount in place and remove the mount from the mouse.

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Disconnect the white connection strip from the white connection port on the circuit board.
  • Disconnect the white connection strip from the white connection port on the circuit board.

  • Disconnect the USB cable (the cable is located on the right and center of the circuit board).

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Remove the two screws that were on either side of the battery mount. This will allow the circuit board to be removed.
  • Remove the two screws that were on either side of the battery mount. This will allow the circuit board to be removed.

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Remove the circuit board and turn it over to its underside.
  • Remove the circuit board and turn it over to its underside.

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Around the yellow sensor, located in the middle of the back of the circuit board, locate the eleven "leads" (soldered connections) surrounding the yellow sensor.
  • Around the yellow sensor, located in the middle of the back of the circuit board, locate the eleven "leads" (soldered connections) surrounding the yellow sensor.

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Re-solder all eleven leads to the connection points of the sensor. This should fix the problem with the mouse sensor tracking issues.
  • Re-solder all eleven leads to the connection points of the sensor.

  • This should fix the problem with the mouse sensor tracking issues.

  • For soldering tips, refer to this guide.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order from steps 1-5.

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Hi i’m adrian in nz. R76 on my board has corroded off. Is there any chance you know or could measure this value?

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It is just above the black chip above the top screw hole from step 10. Thanks!

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