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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Logitech VX Revolution, use our service manual.

  1. Remove the receiver.
    • Remove the receiver.

  2. Remove the 5 skatepads carefully using a scalpel and tweezers or small pliers. Do not throw them away if you do not have a replacement at hand.
    • Remove the 5 skatepads carefully using a scalpel and tweezers or small pliers. Do not throw them away if you do not have a replacement at hand.

    • Remove the 5 screws using a phillips screwdriver PH1.

  3. Open the device as shown in the image without force.
    • Open the device as shown in the image without force.

    • You can remove the flex cable after carefully lifting the brown plastic part using finger nail or a small srew driver.

    • To remove the mouse wheel, the marked screw has to be removed using a PH1 screwdriver.

  4. The assembly consists after the removal of the screw (left) of a plastic part laying on the PCB and the main assembly.
    • The assembly consists after the removal of the screw (left) of a plastic part laying on the PCB and the main assembly.

    • Furthermore, a small spring belongs to the assembly, which may be secured till reassembly by using a magnet.

  5. The battery case lays loosely in top of the base assembly and is connected to the main PCB using a small connector.
    • The battery case lays loosely in top of the base assembly and is connected to the main PCB using a small connector.

  6. The case for the receiver is not securerd by any screw and may be removed by lifting it out of the mous with a little force.
    • The case for the receiver is not securerd by any screw and may be removed by lifting it out of the mous with a little force.

    • To remove the PCB, unscrew 2 screws using a PH00 screwdriver.

  7. Backside of the PCB. The markings illustrate the positions of the mouse buttons (type D2FC-F-7N). Contacts for the right mouse button. Desolder if neccessary.
    • Backside of the PCB. The markings illustrate the positions of the mouse buttons (type D2FC-F-7N).

    • Contacts for the right mouse button. Desolder if neccessary.

    • Contacts for the left mouse button. Desolder if neccessary.

  8. Follow the previous steps in reverse for reassembly.
    • Follow the previous steps in reverse for reassembly.

    • The mouse wheel assembly has a small metal pin in the front. This pin has to fit inside the hole in the loos plastic part.

    • It is recommended to combine the assembly and the plastic part before reinserting them to their final spot. Furthermore, the battery box shoud be assembled thereafter to simplify the process.

    • Check the functionality of the mouse before reapplying the skate pads.

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