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ASUS Mouse left click not working

I've been using my mouse for less than four months now, and it's the mouse that came with my computer. I play Minecraft, so of course the left-click button is vital. Well, starting about a month ago, the left-click button has begun to wear down. I've seen different solutions to this problem on other mice, that include unscrewing the mouse, but mine doesn't have a screw. :/

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FIXED, I managed to fix my copperhead last night after its been sat under my desk for the past 4 months with doubleclick problem. I peeled off the lower slider foot, removed the QC sticker off the screw, removed the screw and took the top off the mouse. inside, under the faulty button (left mouse button for me) there is a little black box with a small thin white button on top. i very carefully lifted the black box slightly off its connection with a small flathead screwdriver then pushed it back down again. i did this with the mouse plugged in to usb blue lights on and everything. it stopped double clicking instantly, hope this works for anyone else. let me know.

I can now use my razer again. wooooooooooooooooo

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