Question about Razer Copperhead RZ01-050100-R1M1 Mouse

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Left click is broken

My left clicker on my mouse is broken. When I press down on the mouse it either double clicks or doesnt click at all. This is really aggravating all of the time and especially when playing counter-strike. Is there some way i can take it apart to fix it or should I just fork over some cash for a g5

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  • ssnumber19 Sep 12, 2008

    i ended up fixing my mouse...if anyone else has this problem what I did was just take it apart and superglue a bump where the top of the mouse makes contact with the left click inside the mouse...if anyone needs additional help with more details just post here.

  • hOzAy209 Sep 18, 2008

    how did you open up your razer copperhead? i've been having issues with mine too, it double clicks randomly and razer won't fix it cuz it's not under their warrenty no more, it's so annoying that i've stopped using it and went back to my old optical mouse

  • NKurland Dec 14, 2008

    Mine is the right click, but same prob. I would take it apart thingking it needed cleaning but I see no screws or catches to open it. any ideas?

  • pharaoh72002 Jan 03, 2009

    yeah same problem here too. what's the best way of opening it up?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    My left clicker on my mouse quit working although it is practically brand new. Is there a way to take it apart and fix this or any other easy way to fix the mouse so that it will left click again?

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I came across this post while having the same double-click issue with my copperhead. I've found that the cause is the plastic contact under the left click button itself. It wears out and takes on the shape of the microswitch underneath. To fix it all you have to do is follow the instruction for taking the mouse apart posted above and lightly filing the plastic contact flat again. You only want to take the notch out of it.

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How to open the mouse (will probably void warranty):

* you need: a crosstip screwdriver, a pointy tool (like a small screwdriver), pincers

- unplug the mouse!
- remove the rear foot of the mouse using the pointy tool and pincers. Do not damage the foot nor touch the sticky side!
- remove the "QA" sticker from the hole where the foot was before, use the pincers for that
- remove the screw in the hole
- lift the rear end of the lid of the mouse about half a centimeter
- pull the lid back to unhook its front

You should now have access to all relevant parts. Avoid touching electric contacts when possible.

To close the mouse:
carefully place the fiber optics back in their groove, hook the lid in at the front, push the lid forward, close the mouse, put the screw back in, put the "QA" sticker back in, place the foot back.

I don't know about the click problem or the glueing of bumpers, I only had to fix my mouse-wheel.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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Soem physical abuse solved this issue for me. I banged my copperhead with the plam of my hand. Haven't had the problem since.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

Please explain the process. don't want to go flinging glue around and mucking up this ancient pos mouse, haha. even a pic with a circle around the area would be cool, and there are stock photos and mspaint to help thar. don't know what i'm doin.

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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