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Brilliant! Worked like a charm and didn't have to dismantle yet. seems something is obstructing the click
It works!! thanks you very much - shonek
Glad it helped guys all the best :) - MarkT160
wow! well i didnt have to make an account but i did sign in just so i could say thanks, the blowing worked, its wasnt working at all before and now its working like a charm!
Made an account to thank you. WD40 did the trick. Now I have to figure out what to do when my SMDs arrive in the mail...
I also had to make an account to thank you! 100%
I created an account just to thank you! Thank you, anonymous internet hero!!
I logged on just to thank you, I was really disappointed since the mouse is super expensive and I'm way too incompetent to dismantle it properly. Then I saw your comment, tried it, worked like a charm.
i had a problem with my side buttons jamming but didn't know how to fix them until i read how to take the mouse apart without buggering the whole thing up. Worked out perfect. Thanks for the info.
Same problem here before I started dismantling the mouse I tried blowing in the wheel hole. Cover the hole with your mouth and blow hard. Strangely enough it works perfectly. It isn't a permanent solution as the problem returns but it works for a while at least. Seems a good blow job can cheer up your mouse too.
I had the very same issue - a lot of force was needed to accomplish a scroll wheel click. I opened the beast up and just sprayed a little bit of WD40 on the button and clicked it repeatedly. Wiped the excess off, and put a few layers of regular tape on the plastic thingy that does the click to shorten the "depth" needed by a mm or two. After this simple procedure, it works like a charm.
I had the very same issue - a lot of force was needed to accomplish a scroll wheel click. I opened the beat up and just sprayed a little bit of WD40 on the button and clicked it repeatedly. Wiped the excess off, and put a few layers of regular tape on the plastic thingy that does the click to shorten the "depth" needed by a mm or two. After this simple procedure, it works like a charm.
Hello! I just ordered one of these switches in attempt to fix my middle mouse click on my G602. I am very new to soldering, and would love a suggestion on what size of solder to buy. I have tried soldering in the past but I think I bought a coil that was far to thick. SO MUCH MELTED METAL EVERYWHERE, heh. Thank you all!
Great, thank you Leonelf, really appreciate the insight.
maximum 1mm thick imho
Repair Logitech G602 wheel-button
I unscrewed my one and opened it up and somehow just doing that fixed the problem. So I would recommend that first before trying anything else.
That mouse has 3 year warranty, I suggest anyone to use it before this, G602 was released 2013 so all mouses should still have warranty left.I'm about to get my third G602 from warranty, I've had two and on both the middle mouse button broke after a year of use. If you have bought your mouse from Logitech.com directly, they have policy you don't even have to ship the old mouse back except if they ask for it. (I have now two broken ones in closet, and one replacement mouse coming)If the new one breaks also, I have to use these instructions next year.I wonder why specifically the middle button has such a lousy quality? Other buttons, and other logitech products has worked for me literally decade or more without breaking.
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