Question about Logitech LX 700 9674180101
Is quite easy to take a mouse apart, there is usually only one screw on the bottom which you can undo with a phillips screw driver
If you see no screws on the underside of the mouse they might be underneath the little rubber pads on the underside of the mouse.
Once the screw is out the mouse should split into 2 parts, the top half containig the buttons that you wish to clean. All the mouse buttons are normally connected together on one flimsy bit of plastic that can break easily so be really carefull getting the buttons out. On most models of mouse the buttons will just pop out together with a little gentle pressur or wiggling, try and remember exactly what you do as you dissasemble the mouse as this will make re-assembly a lot easier
Would not reccomend this with an optical mouse(the ones with the red light on the underside)
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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