You will be able to teardown your Logitech Mouse in case of problems


No parts required.

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  • First of all You have to remove battery

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  • unscrew the screws under the label

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  • Under the rubber on the top of the mouse there are other screws

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Image 1/1: Here we are!
  • I had a problem with the right click: I solved with a shim on the little switch

  • Here we are!

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!! Had the exact problem and this allowed me to fix it. I cut out a piece of semi-hard thin plastic from a retail package (any kind will probably do). I used strips of 2mm cell phone repair tape to stick the shim to the underside of the top shell of the mouse, since I wanted to be able to remove it and put a thicker shim if needed, but this worked. The same type of thin double sided tape worked great to reattach the rubber pad covering the top two screws.

hiperfcomputers4c - Reply

You're welcome ;)

francescopalmisano -

I had no idea they had screws under the label. Optic popped out of the snapcasing; popped it back in, saved $30 replacing my mouse. Nice guide.

Alexander Wilson - Reply

I'm happy to be usefull!

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

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1) There is an additional screw that is already removed on the first picture : under the USB stick emplacement.

2) It is not necessary to remove the rubber. Just peel it with something thin, because the screws are very lateral

3) Be careful while disassembling the top, it is plugged to the base by a 3 wires connector (white/red/black on the Step 4 picture).

Philippe Puech - Reply

Nice simple guide. I used it to quickly take apart a M705 where the laser stopped working after it fell. I didn't do more than reseat the connector cable, but it seems to work again now !

Philippe Puech's comments are good. In fact I wished I'd noticed his 2) before removing the rubber, as the lower layer distorts and doesn't fit back well on a complete removal. His comment puzzled me at first, and might be better phrased as "Peel back the rubber from each side to expose the Left and Right retaining screws. "

A screw bit labelled PH1 (Philllips Head 1) seemed to fit the screws well.

Epee Sharkey - Reply

Hello, I recently bought used m705. but it wont turn on even if i change the battery. is there anyway i can fix this?

Thank you.

eekj97 - Reply

Anybody knows if there's a replacement for laser sensor available?

Danyil - Reply

great thanks.. just to clarify you screw right through the lable.. no need to remove it. that got me stuck for a while.


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