Question about Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Mouse
Hi. I have the above mentioned mouse (model #831908), and I want to get inside to re-solder the red wire to the battery contact. If you can just tell me how to open the thing, I can do the rest. Much appreciated!
I had to open mine up today and fix the scroll wheel. Thing wouldn't keep scrolling freely like it was supposed to so I figured it just needed to be cleaned but I was wrong. I'll get to that in just a second.
First, keep reading before you go to tearing into this thing. There are 5 static patches on the bottom of the mouse. These are the little stickies that cover up the screws on the bottom of the mouse and help it slide better. There is a screw under each of the static pads and you'll need to get to all of them to open it up. To get the stickies off you will need a thin screwdriver or knife or something to pry them up with. Press down pretty hard between the sticky and the crack before you pry or the sticky part will separate from the static part and you will have to glue it back together.
Remove all the screws and the top will separate from the bottom. There is a data cable still connected between the top and the bottom so you will need to fold the top over to the side.
If you start to remove other screws inside the mouse be careful because there are some very tiny springs that can pop out and go who know where.
Reverse the procedures to put it back together and viola.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
I had the same problem, I Peeled back the anti-friction pads with a thick screwdriver carefully cause you have to stick them again and removed the screws.Than atached the red wire.The mouse now works perfectly.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
Peel back ALL pads and use a sharp screwdriver or similar device to do this. The first two I removed teared appart partly so i had to use glue to repair afterwards. The red wire was detached to the battery house and was too short. I used the heat of the soldering iron to release it. After reparation I glued the red wire again to the battery house. Now the mouse works perfect but the anti-friction pads are slightly damaged.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Yeah this totally worked! I ended up soldering the black wire, I cleaned up the connection (it was a bit greenish) and I bended the connection a bit. now my mouse works like a charm again!
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
Peel back the anti-friction pads. Screws for the case are under the pads but you are likely to distroy the pads in the process of removing them.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
this is the part # for the usb receiver to this mouse...it is $10 + shipping ($17.45 I think total) directly from Logitech
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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