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1.) Carefully remove both the felt backing on the bottom of the mouse and the thin clear plastic that it is stuck to as one piece. It is glued down with a thin adhesive and you will have to pry it loose with an x-acto knife or similar tool.
2.) Remove the 4 #0 Philips screws hidden under the felt. They may make a snapping sound when you pop them loose. don't worry, you didn't break anything.
3.) Turn the mouse upside-right and separate the two halves. The mechanical and electronic parts and scroll wheel are connected to the bottom half of the mouse, the left and right buttons. are connected to the top. there are some very delicate electronics in there, so be very careful.
This mouse is not meant to be taken apart, and doing so will void the warranty, but if you need to take it apart it is probably broken anyway. I was able to fix mine by simply cleaning the dirt out of it and am using it to write this post.
I think I figured out this problem. It's more of a wearing issue with the constant use of the button. Basically the plastic tab on the internal underside on the mouse is wearing down from continual use. I added a piece of custom cut card stock under the front of the mouse circuit board. This raised it up just a little to compensate for the wear on the button.
I too have the same issue but it is intermittent. As a temporary work around, I set up the side button to act as a left click. I have yet to find a way to get the mouse apart to see what's up and at $65 to replace, I don't want to bust it completely.
Greetings, You can buy any other style or brand of mouse and it will work right along side of the Wacom. I chose to keep my Logitech wireless mouse after installing my Wacom tablet because it provided a better feature set (i.e. more buttons ). I have had no issues. Please rate me well if this helped. Take Care, -WN