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Introduction

This guide will show you how to disassemble your Anker 2.4 G Wireless Mouse to repair the scroll wheel with little to no experience required.

  1. Use the Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the stickers that hide the screws you will need to access.
    • Use the Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the stickers that hide the screws you will need to access.

  2. Remove the 4 screws to continue.
    • Remove the 4 screws to continue.

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  4. Pry the center of the mouse apart to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards. Pry the center of the mouse apart to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards.
    • Pry the center of the mouse apart to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards.

  5. Remove the wires from the white crimp headers, separating the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.
    • Remove the wires from the white crimp headers, separating the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.

    • Don't pull the wires too hard, as they might break.

  6. Pull the scroll wheel to the left to remove it. This may take some force to remove. Pull the scroll wheel out parallel to the board rather than perpendicular to it.
    • Pull the scroll wheel to the left to remove it.

    • This may take some force to remove. Pull the scroll wheel out parallel to the board rather than perpendicular to it.

    • Replace/clean if needed.

    • If your mouse still does not work after this step, then continue to the next instruction.

  7. Desolder the three pins, then solder in the replacement part.
    • Desolder the three pins, then solder in the replacement part.

Conclusion

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

Vincent Lee

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Hi Vincent, could you please help me with finding a place where this rotation sensor can be bought. I'm not even sure how this part is called so searching for it is quite tricky.

Cheers,

Michal

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