Occasionally, you may need to disassemble the Logitech mouse to repair any damaged interior parts. The mouse can also collect dust inside the cover, causing it to run inefficiently. The Logitech mouse can be taken apart in just a few minutes, giving you the ability to access any of the interior components for repairs. You can disassemble the mouse yourself and save the time and money of having a computer repair company do the work.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Small Phillips head screwdriver
- Small flat head screwdriver
Detach the Logitech mouse cord from the computer before you take the device apart.
Turn the mouse over and locate the three screws on the bottom of the device. Unfasten them with a Phillips head screwdriver.
Turn the mouse back over carefully and lift the cover off the base.
Lift the micro switches on both sides of the track wheel off the device. Use a flat head screwdriver to lift the switches up.
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