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Logitech M510 Scroll Wheel Replacement

Cosa ti serve

  1. Logitech M510 Scroll Wheel Replacement, Scroll Wheel: passo 1, immagine 1 di 1
    • Turn the mouse power switch to the off position.

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    • Slide the battery back plate down to remove it, granting access to the battery compartment.

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    • Pull the gray plastic battery tab to remove the AA batteries.

    • The second battery may not come all the way loose, and may require additional effort to remove.

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    • Unscrew the two screws in the battery compartment with a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

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    • Lift and pull the rear area of bottom shell outward to separate mouse bottom from the upper shell.

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    • Lift the back of the scroll wheel housing to remove the scroll wheel.

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    • The old scroll wheel should now be separated from the mouse.

    • Place the replacement scroll wheel in the scroll wheel housing, aligning the small plastic cylinder with its housing for proper wheel alignment.

Conclusione

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

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3 Commenti

Thanks for the guide. My scroll wheel just needed a bit of cleaning to get it to work properly. Only cost me 15 min of work productivity and I’m back up and running :)

Zebulon Pike - Replica

Thank you for this! I wasn’t sure if there were screws hidden under the rubber feet, so I’m so glad I checked before tearing things apart. 2 simple screws in the battery compartment is simple enough, but I needed to do a full teardown and there was one more screw inside holding the board to the base of the mouse. I also had to mess with the ribbon cable for the optical sensor and that’s fine, but if you need to do the same, it will be much easier to remove the sensor and leave the ribbon attached.

I’ve had this mouse for years and love it, but mine has a semi-defective middle-click button that means I often have to mash the button for it to register as a click. I’ve learned a little bit recently about tactile momentary switches (buttons) for a project I’ve been working on, so my goal was to replace it. Once I got it all apart, I simply desoldered the old button and replaced it with another one I had. Now it works perfectly!

Mike - Replica

Symptoms for me were the scroll wheel would only scroll down, not up. At first I thought driver or software, but then realized it was just filthy with 8 or 9 years of hair and dust! After dissassembly and careful cleaning, works like new.

Rich Florio - Replica

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