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Introdução

This repair guide will show the reader how to fix the Scroll Wheel on a VicTsing wireless mouse.

  1. Remove the battery cover, and batteries from the compartment. Then use the metal spudger to  peel back the adhesives.
    • Remove the battery cover, and batteries from the compartment. Then use the metal spudger to peel back the adhesives.

  2. Use a Phillips #000 screwdriver to remove the 3 screws.
    • Use a Phillips #000 screwdriver to remove the 3 screws.

  3. Carefully pull the base and upper casing away from each other. Carefully pull the base and upper casing away from each other.
    • Carefully pull the base and upper casing away from each other.

  4. Remove the two connected wire ports so that you can separate the top casing from the base .
    • Remove the two connected wire ports so that you can separate the top casing from the base .

    • This might take some effort, use the spudger if needed.

  5. Remove the circuit board from the plastic base of the mouse.
    • Remove the circuit board from the plastic base of the mouse.

  6. Move the wheel away from the rotary encoder, and lift it to remove it.
    • Move the wheel away from the rotary encoder, and lift it to remove it.

  7. Use tweezers to squeeze the rotary encoder. Do this in multiple spots. Do not apply too much pressure to the rotary encoder or it will break.
    • Use tweezers to squeeze the rotary encoder. Do this in multiple spots.

    • Do not apply too much pressure to the rotary encoder or it will break.

  8. Clean any dust or debris you see in the casing.
    • Clean any dust or debris you see in the casing.

Conclusão

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

4 outras pessoas concluíram este guia.

Very detailed repair guide!!!

Austin Melton - Responder

THANK YOU! Saved me from spending another $10 on a mouse after 6 months. Those screws under the adhesives are pretty hidden…

Michael Shingo Crawford - Responder

Thanks! I was thinking to buy another but it is fixed! It works on the model VicTsing CA32-es2 too, that’s mine.

Antonio Ruiz - Responder

Excellent guide, thanks! I have a Victsing PC134A vertical mouse. The assembly is different, so I ended up removing about 12 screws, only to then realize that I could easily access the “rotary encoder” part with zero screw removal. :) For Victsing PC134A, just pop off the the left-right click cover, and tweeze as suggested in this guide. It worked!

Thanh - Responder

That’s crazy! Why does squeezing the rotary encoder fix it? Thank you so much for the guide!

Ben Sutton - Responder

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