Introduction

Scope

The scope of this teardown encompasses the Logitech V220 and its owners/users.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Logitech V220 - Cordless Optical Mouse, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: Orient the mouse so you are viewing its base. Image 2/3: Using your fingers, gently remove the USB wireless receiver by sliding it towards you. Image 3/3: USB removal will result in the power switch to be in its '''ON''' position.
  • Wash your hands before replacing the battery to prevent debris getting into the mouse and damaging its internal components.

  • Orient the mouse so you are viewing its base.

  • Using your fingers, gently remove the USB wireless receiver by sliding it towards you.

    • USB removal will result in the power switch to be in its ON position.

  • With your fingertip, engage the power switch to its OFF position to ensure the mouse is not powered.

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Image 1/3: Use the rectangular end of the metal spudger to get underneath each mouse pad, pry them up, and peel them off. Image 2/3: Use the rectangular end of the metal spudger to get underneath each mouse pad, pry them up, and peel them off. Image 3/3: Use the rectangular end of the metal spudger to get underneath each mouse pad, pry them up, and peel them off.
  • Locate the four mouse pads.

  • Use the rectangular end of the metal spudger to get underneath each mouse pad, pry them up, and peel them off.

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Image 1/1: Unscrew the four #0 Phillips screws with the Phillips #0 screwdriver.
  • Locate the four #0 Phillips screws where the mouse pads previously were.

  • Unscrew the four #0 Phillips screws with the Phillips #0 screwdriver.

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Image 1/2: Rapid separation of the housing halves may result in damaging the power cables (red and black wires) and molex (white plug). Image 2/2: Rapid separation of the housing halves may result in damaging the power cables (red and black wires) and molex (white plug).
  • Once the housing screws are fully removed, slowly (and carefully) separate the top and bottom halves of the housing.

    • Rapid separation of the housing halves may result in damaging the power cables (red and black wires) and molex (white plug).

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Image 1/2: Secure the base half with one hand. Image 2/2: With thumb and forefinger, grab the end of the molex and pull it away from you until the molex is unplugged.
  • Gently set the mouse halves down on a flat surface.

  • Secure the base half with one hand.

  • With thumb and forefinger, grab the end of the molex and pull it away from you until the molex is unplugged.

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Image 1/3: Turn the mouse 90 degrees clockwise. Image 2/3: While supporting the rear of the mouse base, unscrew the #0 Phillips scroll wheel screw. Image 3/3: Once the scroll wheel screw is fully removed, manually extract the scroll wheel and spring assembly.
  • Locate the one, scroll wheel, #0 Phillips screw near the very front edge of the mouse.

  • Turn the mouse 90 degrees clockwise.

  • While supporting the rear of the mouse base, unscrew the #0 Phillips scroll wheel screw.

  • Once the scroll wheel screw is fully removed, manually extract the scroll wheel and spring assembly.

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Image 1/2: Use the tweezers to gently remove the spring by slowly tugging the spring away from the scroll wheel assembly. Image 2/2: Use the tweezers to gently remove the spring by slowly tugging the spring away from the scroll wheel assembly.
  • Locate the scroll wheel spring.

  • Use the tweezers to gently remove the spring by slowly tugging the spring away from the scroll wheel assembly.

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Image 1/3: Grip the edges of the circuit board. Image 2/3: Manually remove the circuit board from the base of the mold housing. Image 3/3: Manually remove the circuit board from the base of the mold housing.
  • Locate and remove the circuit board screw.

  • Grip the edges of the circuit board.

  • Manually remove the circuit board from the base of the mold housing.

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  • Locate and remove the #0 Phillips screw in the middle of the mouse.

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Image 1/3: Locate the mouse button hooks. Image 2/3: Rotate the housing 180 degrees clockwise. Image 3/3: Using the spudger, firmly push down on each mouse button until the mouse button is released from the hook.
  • Flip over the top half of the mouse housing so you are viewing underneath it.

  • Locate the mouse button hooks.

  • Rotate the housing 180 degrees clockwise.

  • Using the spudger, firmly push down on each mouse button until the mouse button is released from the hook.

  • Viewing the front of the mouse, the left and right mouse buttons should be detached from the housing.

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Image 1/1: Place the flat end of the spudger between the mouse buttons and the housing.
  • Hold the housing so you are looking down the battery slot.

  • Place the flat end of the spudger between the mouse buttons and the housing.

  • Pry off the mouse buttons.

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