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Introdução

This guide will help you adjust the scrollability of the mouse's scroll wheel by replacing the spring.

  1. Use a blue spudger to pry off all 4 mouse feet from under of mouse.
    • Use a blue spudger to pry off all 4 mouse feet from under of mouse.

  2. Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to unscrew all 6 screws (3x5mm ) from under the mouse feet.
    • Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to unscrew all 6 screws (3x5mm ) from under the mouse feet.

  3. Lift the top of the mouse from the base of the mouse (separate the mouse in half) to expose the internal hardware. Lift the top of the mouse from the base of the mouse (separate the mouse in half) to expose the internal hardware.
    • Lift the top of the mouse from the base of the mouse (separate the mouse in half) to expose the internal hardware.

  4. Use the black spudger to move the tip of the metal spring off of the wheel.
    • Use the black spudger to move the tip of the metal spring off of the wheel.

    • The scroll wheel will not actually be removed — instead, the adjustment to the metal spring will test the wheel's usability.

Conclusão

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

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I recently received an approximately 2 year old Logitech g602 mouse. Its scroll is non-functional, either up or down. I do seem to be able to scroll minimally if I press the scroll wheel down. I was wondering if you know how this might be fixed. Anything is appreciated.

Adrian Thomas Rodriguez - Responder

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