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  1. Pry up the 3 pads on the bottom of the mouse corresponding to the screw holes seen here.  Remove the 3 screws  there and pry loose the bottom. Disconnect the cable to free up the bottom part and set aside. Pry up the 3 pads on the bottom of the mouse corresponding to the screw holes seen here.  Remove the 3 screws  there and pry loose the bottom. Disconnect the cable to free up the bottom part and set aside.
    • Pry up the 3 pads on the bottom of the mouse corresponding to the screw holes seen here. Remove the 3 screws there and pry loose the bottom. Disconnect the cable to free up the bottom part and set aside.

  2. Look inside the mouse and find the locking tab , one of two, near the back of the left/right mouse button cover plate. It's a hook that you'll need to pry apart, see location at left arrow. It may help to use a spudger to lift up on the back of the cover plate at the same time
    • Look inside the mouse and find the locking tab , one of two, near the back of the left/right mouse button cover plate. It's a hook that you'll need to pry apart, see location at left arrow. It may help to use a spudger to lift up on the back of the cover plate at the same time

    • There is another locking tab to release but it's obscured. You'll need to use a spudger to pry up on the now widened crack at the back of the cover plate to free up the second tab, hidden from both view and access, but at the right arrow.

    • Once both locking tabs are free at the back, lift up on the cover plate to disengage the cover completely.

  3. Once the three screws that are visible from the top are removed you can pry loose the side panel. Once the three screws that are visible from the top are removed you can pry loose the side panel.
    • Once the three screws that are visible from the top are removed you can pry loose the side panel.

  4. Now that you can access them, remove the sensor board from the scroll wheel.  The wheel will probably fall out. To reassemble, the thinner side of the scroll wheel axle fits inside the wheel on  on the  sensor board.  Put the scroll wheel into the hole first and then insert back into place. In my case, cleaning the cruft off of the  thinner scroll wheel axle  is all that was necessary to restore mouse scrolling functionality.  Works like new! : ) In my case, cleaning the cruft off of the  thinner scroll wheel axle  is all that was necessary to restore mouse scrolling functionality.  Works like new! : )
    • Now that you can access them, remove the sensor board from the scroll wheel. The wheel will probably fall out. To reassemble, the thinner side of the scroll wheel axle fits inside the wheel on on the sensor board. Put the scroll wheel into the hole first and then insert back into place.

    • In my case, cleaning the cruft off of the thinner scroll wheel axle is all that was necessary to restore mouse scrolling functionality. Works like new! : )

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Clara Straub

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First step is to remove bottom by unscrewing 3 screws. Second step is to remove the button covers. There is a plastic locking tab which you can unlock, doing so will allow you to remove the buttons with some force. You will find 3 screws below the buttons. Unscrew them. Now you can take a spudger to seperate the remaining 2 mouse housings. Voila, you are done.

rigomate - Contestar

I took it apart. I put it back together without losing or breaking anything. That all felt like a victory. But at the end of it my mouse still behaves like it has flat batteries (it doesn’t) so the whole exercise seemed like a waste of time.

paulduggan - Contestar

Paul, these directions will help those whose scroll wheel is acting up due to build up, however microscopic, on the axle.

I’m not sure if there’s much else that can be remedied with this mouse short of replacing it.

nSomnius -

In my case it worked a treat - thank you SO much for the instructions!

Jan

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