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  1. Remove the teflon tape from the bottom of the mouse with a spudger.
    • Remove the teflon tape from the bottom of the mouse with a spudger.

  2. Remove the four screws with the Phillips head #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four screws with the Phillips head #00 screwdriver.

  3. Gently pull on the top plastic plate of the device and carefully unplug the white cord from the circuit board.
    • Gently pull on the top plastic plate of the device and carefully unplug the white cord from the circuit board.

  4. Gently pull up on the two side plastic plates.
    • Gently pull up on the two side plastic plates.

  5. Take a nylon spudger and gently pry the battery pack from the device.
    • Take a nylon spudger and gently pry the battery pack from the device.

  6. Unplug the power cord from the circuit board.
    • Unplug the power cord from the circuit board.

  7. Plug the cord of the new battery into the socket on the bottom right of the circuit board.
    • Plug the cord of the new battery into the socket on the bottom right of the circuit board.

  8. Remove the two screws holding the battery mount in place and remove the mount from the mouse.
    • Remove the two screws holding the battery mount in place and remove the mount from the mouse.

  9. Disconnect the white connection strip from the white connection port on the circuit board.
    • Disconnect the white connection strip from the white connection port on the circuit board.

    • Disconnect the USB cable (the cable is located on the right and center of the circuit board).

  10. Remove the two screws that were on either side of the battery mount. This will allow the circuit board to be removed.
    • Remove the two screws that were on either side of the battery mount. This will allow the circuit board to be removed.

  11. Remove the circuit board and turn it over to its underside.
    • Remove the circuit board and turn it over to its underside.

  12. Around the yellow sensor, located in the middle of the back of the circuit board, locate the eleven "leads" (soldered connections) surrounding the yellow sensor.
    • Around the yellow sensor, located in the middle of the back of the circuit board, locate the eleven "leads" (soldered connections) surrounding the yellow sensor.

  13. Re-solder all eleven leads to the connection points of the sensor. This should fix the problem with the mouse sensor tracking issues.
    • Re-solder all eleven leads to the connection points of the sensor.

    • This should fix the problem with the mouse sensor tracking issues.

    • For soldering tips, refer to this guide.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order from steps 1-5.

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Hi i’m adrian in nz. R76 on my board has corroded off. Is there any chance you know or could measure this value?

Adrian Leighton - Replica

It is just above the black chip above the top screw hole from step 10. Thanks!

Adrian Leighton - Replica

where could i buy a tracking sensor?

mescaline86 - Replica

The Philips PLN-2032 sensor on the Razer Naga Epic Chroma is purchased from the link.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1pc-mous...

Na Gyeongheum -

Worked on my regular chroma. Just a cold solder joint.

Yolo Swaggins - Replica

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