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The Anker 2.4G Wireless Mouse is an ergonomic mouse designed to provide fluid, strain-free web-browsing for users. Additional side buttons by the thumb indent included on the mouse increases browsing convenience. This guide details how to quickly and easily replace these side buttons.

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  1. Finding the Mouse's Screws. Start by turning your mouse over. Take a Phillips #0 screwdriver and peel off the black stickers (shown in red boxes). This reveals 4 bottom panel screws.
    • Finding the Mouse's Screws. Start by turning your mouse over. Take a Phillips #0 screwdriver and peel off the black stickers (shown in red boxes). This reveals 4 bottom panel screws.

  2. Removing the Bottom Panel Screws. Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the 4 screws from the bottom of the mouse.
    • Removing the Bottom Panel Screws. Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the 4 screws from the bottom of the mouse.

  3. Separating the Mouse's Panels.  In order to access the side buttons, you will need to open and separate the mouse's panels. To do this, pry the panels apart gently using a plastic opening tool or spudger. NOTE: In the pictures provided, a Phillips #0 screwdriver is used to pry open the mouse. It's important to note that this isn't proper procedure. Accidental internal damage to devices may occur when using improper prying tools. To avoid this, when prying open devices, always use plastic opening tools or spudgers.
    • Separating the Mouse's Panels. In order to access the side buttons, you will need to open and separate the mouse's panels. To do this, pry the panels apart gently using a plastic opening tool or spudger.

    • NOTE: In the pictures provided, a Phillips #0 screwdriver is used to pry open the mouse. It's important to note that this isn't proper procedure. Accidental internal damage to devices may occur when using improper prying tools. To avoid this, when prying open devices, always use plastic opening tools or spudgers.

  4. Removing the Housing Wires. After separating the halves, remove the housing wires from the white crimp headers. This separates the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.
    • Removing the Housing Wires. After separating the halves, remove the housing wires from the white crimp headers. This separates the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.

    • HINT! Pull as far up on the wire as possible. This helps avoid ripping wires.

  5. Removing the Board Screws. Next,  remove the screws holding the board in place. Take a Phillips #0 screwdriver to loosen and remove the screws (circled in red) from the board.
    • Removing the Board Screws. Next, remove the screws holding the board in place. Take a Phillips #0 screwdriver to loosen and remove the screws (circled in red) from the board.

  6. Removing the Board. After removing the board screws, gently remove the board from the housing unit and place it aside.
    • Removing the Board. After removing the board screws, gently remove the board from the housing unit and place it aside.

  7. Following a few final steps, you can finally replace the side buttons. Locating the Side Buttons. Left on the brown-colored bottom of the board, there are 2 black-and-white boxes. These are the side buttons (highlighted in red). Removing the Side Buttons. Flip the board over to reveal the green-colored side. You will see 6 silver pins. To remove the side buttons,  desolder these silver pins (highlighted in orange). Once desoldered, remove the old side buttons.
    • Following a few final steps, you can finally replace the side buttons.

    • Locating the Side Buttons. Left on the brown-colored bottom of the board, there are 2 black-and-white boxes. These are the side buttons (highlighted in red).

    • Removing the Side Buttons. Flip the board over to reveal the green-colored side. You will see 6 silver pins. To remove the side buttons, desolder these silver pins (highlighted in orange). Once desoldered, remove the old side buttons.

    • Replacing the Side Buttons. Resolder the pins of the new buttons onto the board.

    • Finishing Up. Once you've securely soldered the new buttons to the board, reassemble your mouse. To do this, repeat Steps 1-6 in reverse.

Conclusione

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

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