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  1. Use your fingers or a nylon spudger to remove the specified mouse feet in order to reveal the screws.
    • Use your fingers or a nylon spudger to remove the specified mouse feet in order to reveal the screws.

  2. Use a #00 Philips screw bit to remove the indicated 12.5mm screws. Use a #00 Philips screw bit to remove the indicated 12.5mm screws.
    • Use a #00 Philips screw bit to remove the indicated 12.5mm screws.

  3. Use a nylon spudger to pry the top shell from the bottom of the mouse. Use a nylon spudger to pry the top shell from the bottom of the mouse. Use a nylon spudger to pry the top shell from the bottom of the mouse.
    • Use a nylon spudger to pry the top shell from the bottom of the mouse.

  4. Use a nylon spudger to push the fastener pin free. Be careful not to lose two springs near the front of the mouse underneath the wheel housing. Place them aside safely. Be careful not to lose two springs near the front of the mouse underneath the wheel housing. Place them aside safely.
    • Use a nylon spudger to push the fastener pin free.

    • Be careful not to lose two springs near the front of the mouse underneath the wheel housing. Place them aside safely.

  5. Once the pin is removed, use a #00 Phillips screw bit to remove the 7.5mm screw from the scroll wheel holder. Once the plastic scroll wheel holder is off, the scroll wheel is free and can be lifted out. Once the plastic scroll wheel holder is off, the scroll wheel is free and can be lifted out.
    • Once the pin is removed, use a #00 Phillips screw bit to remove the 7.5mm screw from the scroll wheel holder.

    • Once the plastic scroll wheel holder is off, the scroll wheel is free and can be lifted out.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Reverse order to reassemble, as usual, is not the right solution :(, for me it worked to place the plastic back horizontally (not in diagonal like on step 3) and then push really hard from the middle to the end of the mouse, till it clicks. Btw I needed to open my mouse because right click started to fail, and now left click as well, it seems the electronic part works ok, but the tiny coshing that press on it got deformed and is barely clicking it now, I need to add something there like a paper to gain 1 mm so it can be pressed back

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