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A guide on how to replace the left and right switches on a Logitech G700s mouse.

  1. Remove the batteries from the mouse.
    • Remove the batteries from the mouse.

    • Use a plastic opening tool to peel up the four mouse feet.

  2. Remove the five 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws found underneath the mouse feet. Remove the five 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws found underneath the mouse feet.
    • Remove the five 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws found underneath the mouse feet.

  3. Pull the top of the mouse off of the bottom half. There's a wire connecting the two halves.
    • Pull the top of the mouse off of the bottom half.

    • There's a wire connecting the two halves.

    • Unplug the programmable buttons from the motherboard.

  4. Remove the black pin that holds the scroll wheel to the motherboard.
    • Remove the black pin that holds the scroll wheel to the motherboard.

  5. Lift the scroll wheel straight up off the motherboard. Be careful not to lose the two small springs! They are magnetic and could attach to any magnetic tip screw driver!
    • Lift the scroll wheel straight up off the motherboard.

    • Be careful not to lose the two small springs! They are magnetic and could attach to any magnetic tip screw driver!

  6. Remove the small black pin and two Phillips #00  screws to free up the scroll wheel. Next, remove the plastic mount that holds the scroll wheel in place.
    • Remove the small black pin and two Phillips #00 screws to free up the scroll wheel.

    • Next, remove the plastic mount that holds the scroll wheel in place.

  7. Remove the two small springs and two Phillips #00 screws from the motherboard. Upper PCB must be de-soldered to remove. Upper PCB must be de-soldered to remove.
    • Remove the two small springs and two Phillips #00 screws from the motherboard.

    • Upper PCB must be de-soldered to remove.

  8. Desolder the switches from the circuit board and remove them. Desolder the switches from the circuit board and remove them.
    • Desolder the switches from the circuit board and remove them.

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Please note, the top PCB can only be removed by desoldering the connections to the lower PCB. Otherwise you risk breaking the top PCB itself, as can be seen in Step 6. Which is far from ideal in restoring this mouse to working order.

Youri - Antwoord

lol, you broke the PCB and kept it covered with your thumb all the time as if you don’t need to desolder 14 pins before step 6…

juliusukanis - Antwoord

Yes. I wonder why they excluded that part ^^,

Thomas Vestly Andersen -

What Youri said. Plus be warned de-soldering the pins is extremely difficult to do without the proper tools, or you risk ripping the copper solder pads of the upper board when doing so (sadly that happened to me). I’d suggest trying solder wick rather than a solder sucker as its a fiddly job.

You are also going to need some fine soldering skills when replacing the board.

Peter Wise - Antwoord

Wonderful. Just skip the hardest part. Desodering the two PCBs by breaking them apart.

Thomas Vestly Andersen - Antwoord

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