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Razer Diamondback I want to know how to take apart my mouse so i can clean the insides.

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  • beld Dec 23, 2007

    I want to know how to take apart my mouse so i can clean the insides.

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Under the big plastic slide of the mouse theres a screw you just need to take out .. then gently pop it open the bottom end and pull it back.. DON"T TRY TO PULL IT OPEN COMPLETELY.. there is a little hinge that holds the top 2 buttons in place. just pry open the lower end and gently pull back.

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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Define the "big plastic slides". Im looking for screws on my fakie fakie chinese hyundai mouse. There are no screws under the plastic padding and it seems the only way is to rip apart some of the plastic.

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