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Regarding the VX revolution mouse

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I was looking for a way to open my VX revolution mouse to clean the wheel as it doesnt rotate as freely as it once did, and i came across one of your notes saying that you had the same problem and it didnt need cleaning. Could you please tell me what needs to be done.
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Hi. Partial / Potential solution:
I think there are screws holding the mouse together, and that they are located under the 'plastic' pads on the bottom of the mouse. On mine, the pad directly behind where the battery goes (towards the 'tail' of the mouse / palm of hand) popped off easily to reveal a screw that came out easily enough. The other pads are stickier, tho, so for me it's not worth trying to mess with them now. If it gets worse, I'll take them off and see what's to see. If yours is pretty bad, it might be worth it. Cheers...

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HI vx revolution mouse repair


no sorry, once the little pins and rollers inside have broken their isn't any way. I'm really sorry.

Dec 25, 2009 | Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Mouse

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Drivers


Because you don't list what model Logitech cordless mouse you have, look in this list to see if yours is on it. If it is, click on the link and download and install the driver. This download has the latest drivers and SetPoint software for Logitech cordless, wireless and Bluetooth pointing devices (mouse).
http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/logisetpoint-dl.html
Specifically the mouse driver is for the following models:
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Nov 03, 2009 | Logitech Cordless Mouse

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My VX revolution is missing too much left clicks. Sometimes I need to click 5 times to get 1 click. All the others buttons are working fine. How I can fix this? thks


Seems that the left mouse button needs to be replaced. If you have an old mouse, you can use it as a source of a spare mouse button, & replace the defective button on your VX Revolution.
However, you need to make sure that:
1. The replacement button is identical to the defective one.
2. You have enough skills to solder/desolder electronic components.

Oct 25, 2009 | Logitech Cordless Click! Mouse

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Need to replace the battery in a Logitech MX Revolution Mouse


Hello. Yes, it is quite simple to remove the battery of a Logitech MX Revolution mouse yet for some reason when going through the Logitech product support website it states that it is not possible. Just remove the 4 teflon pads located on the bottom of the mouse and then remove the four screws located under the pads. Once this is done turn the mouse back upright and remove the top off of the mouse. I would suggest temporarily removing the flex cable that holds the top and bottom of the mouse together. There is a small metal clip that holds the battery in place that must now be removed.
NOW FOR THE VERY IMPORTANT PART. There are two different generations of the Logitech MX Revolution mouse which have different batteries. The first Generation uses the L-LY11 battery and the newer generation of the MX Revolution uses the L-LL11 battery. There is no way to tell which battery your mouse uses without first opening up the mouse. Once opened you can easily tell which battery your mouse uses. Here is a link to a site that shows you an example of the L-LY11 battery: MX Revolution L-LY11 Battery
Here is a link to a site that shows you an example of the L-LL11 battery: L-LL11 Battery for Logitech MX Revolution Mouse
As you can see the L-LY11 battery has wires and a plastic connector and the L-LL11 battery has contacts. You should definitely determine which battery your mouse uses ahead of time to eliminate any frustration caused by ordering the wrong battery ahead of time.

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Wrong Receiver for Logitech Vx Revolution Mouse


logitech has connection software on their site you need to run

Jul 07, 2009 | Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Mouse

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Scroll-Wheel is Iffy nowadays


It looks like the rod that connects the wheel to the sensor has lost its traction. The teeth may be worn out. Unfortunately, spare wheels are not sold separately by Logitech and any warranty that you have will be voided if you open up the device.

If your mouse is still under warranty, you may be able to obtain a replacement through an RMA. Click here for RMA details.
The VX Revolution has a 3 year warranty.

Hope that helps
IrishDruid

Jun 19, 2009 | Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Mouse

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Mouse wheel is inverted


if you are using Windows go into conrol panel and click on mouse. it will show you the options to change the buttons..

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Mar 01, 2009 | Logitech Wireless VX Revolution Laser ...

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Vx problem:movement


First try this
Normal 0 Turn the mouse over and find the small rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it. This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly. If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or glitch.
If that doesn't do it theen try this.
Normal 0 Disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When the program asks you to connect the Mouse Receiver to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud


Dec 30, 2008 | Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Mouse

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Mouse won't turn on


The best thing to do , is if its under warranty take it back to the shop .

The product you have bought is faulty and will need to be looked at once taken back.

Even if your mouse is not under warranty/guarentee they should replace the item do to malfunction.


I hope this helps



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Jul 31, 2008 | Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Mouse

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