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Last week the left mouse button of my beloved Logitech M laser mouse stopped working correctly. But replacing a mouse, because of a single worn out switch, felt like a waste. Unfortunately I could not find a service manual on the Logitech support site. That did not stop me, oh no, on the contrary!
I got enthusiastic and documented the process, so this will be much easier for you to repeat. This post will show you what the inside of a Logitech M laser mouse looks like. It also explains where the screws are located and how you can remove them carefully.
It should be possible without destroying the mouse, but I take no responsibilities for your actions. If your mouse is still under warranty — which is a generous period of 3 years — then I urge you to stop reading and contact Logitech support to get your mouse replaced.
The skates are oval stickers and can be removed without too much damage by using a sharp knife. Slide the knife underneath the entire skate to peal it off in one piece. Do not fold or bend the skates as shown on the picture unless you plan to replace them.
A replacement set of 4 skates can be bought on-line and cost about 5 dollars. The cable of the mouse can easily be removed, because it is connected with a plug into a socket.
Pull the plug out gently by wiggling it. On one side it has a little handle that you can use to gently pull the axis out. After doing that you can pull the wheel structure upwards from the front of the mouse as indicated in the picture. You may need to pass a little aluminum strip that keeps the wheel structure in place. Now we can remove the main board of the mouse which is kept in place by 5 screws that are marked in the picture.
Their 3 pins can easily be un soldered on the main board. Do you know if the cable is the same as with the logitec g?
Mine broke at the usbpart which goes into the laptop. There manhal nothing special about the connector as far as I can see. You can solder on any new connector, see: Thanks for the pointer with the f plastic thing.
I only have to add that there is a very small spring that goes from the acrylic pin below sw13 to a matching hole on the underside of the wheel assembly.
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Why is this mouse so heavy? I have one and I would love to make it lighter… so is there any additional logifech inside that I could remove in order to make it lighter? Yes, I there is a small metal weight that is screwed to the top cover of the mouse and can be easily removed tightened with a screw.
Unfortunately I did not capture that on the picture. I hope this comment helps you. Hi, thanks for the tip, but as my problem is different, it did not help. I suspect the laser chip is defect.
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My beloved red Logitech LS1 laser mouse suddenly acted weird: I was single-clicking folders but they were opening as if I had double-clicked and programs began popping open as I tried to move shortcuts around on the desktop. Thanks to your excellent tutorial I was able to open my mouse and yes: The micro soldering scared me off.
So Logktech reassembled my beautiful red mouse to put him on display. The problems were gone! Well, not for long, I suppose. I am very grateful to you. It feels great to be able to repair something you love -whether you do it or not!
Your email address will not be published. Awesome details, thank you. I hope it helps somebody! Thank you for commenting. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.