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Where are the screw locations for disassembly?

I am having a hard time finding all the screws to disassemble the mouse. I have located three on the exterior of the mouse unable to disconnect the shell from the body.

I have tried to use a micro screwdriver to try and pry apart the shell but in the attempts, feel that It will break if I try any harder.

I have tried to research online and through youtube even. no one has this model to show.Can anyone help me out?

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my weibo 2.4Ghz wireless mouse went out of work.

I wanted to disassemble the mouse but it doesn't have a screws and the stickers that covers the screws are solids so I can't take them apart.

how can I disassemble my mouse.

pleaseeeeee help my brother will hate on me if he notices


I Watch The Youtube Video To See Were The Screw Are I Did’t Have That Screw Bottom Of The Mouse And I Am Really Disappointed That I Can’t Even Find It Or I Don’t Have One That Have A Wire Mouse USB Device Not Recognized And This Was Suppost To Light Up Red Color And Also This Noise Is Gets Really Annoying


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Okay, found them, but then I would have never figured that they would put screw holes under the stickers that have the manufacturers information and what not. This is information that you may need, yet gets tore up from having to peel it off to access the screws.

There are 5 total screws that have to be taken out. There is one that is located inside where the batteries are and the other four are located around the edges on the bottom. None of which are visible. You must take off two stickers that sub as gliders (if you want to call them that), the other two are under the information stickers, you can peel these back carefully without damaging the information if this is important you).

There are 3 that are identical and then 2 of which are completely different, so I suggest that you lay the screws out in the pattern that you removed them. This will help placing the screws back into the correct holes.

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Hello @Sean,

Please explain why you opened your mouse up.

My mouse stopped working. The left and right click are fine, but the cursor doesn't move. Was this the problem you solved?




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To save you from unnecessarily damaging the mouse, here are the locations of the screws (marked in red circles).

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On some of the more compact models of wireless mice (at least with my Logitech), the clamshell of the top is partially hooked onto the bottom. If that’s the case, there will be only two tiny screws under the rear slider “feet” stickers of the mouse but no others. Remove those screws, and pop the rear open by only 2mm or so. And that’s as far as it goes so don’t try to pry it open any further in that direction. Now push the top half of the clamshell forward vs. the bottom half. (Like you’re trying to shear it along the plane of the seam between the halves.) Should unhook at the front of the mouse and easily come open the rest of the way. Be careful when doing this. There may be wires going to the upper clamshell half for things like lights, and you don’t want to damage them. The rest of the mouse should now be accessible for cleaning the inside. Putting together is kind of the reverse, catching the hooked end first and then pushing the tail back down before screwing it together.

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For some reason this came up in a generic search on opening computer mice, so maybe not relevant to the specific model - but it may help anyone else coming across this.


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