Repair guides and support for wireless and corded computer mice by Logitech.
The Logitech M600 has no visible screws, and none under the slidey things.
Does anyone know if it’s safe t just work a blade around the top and prise it off?
I think there should be one screw holding.
Most probably in the battery compartment, under the label
I noticed in the pictures of a review for it, there is a little compartment of space next to the battery compartment that might have a screws inside it. Get a flashlight and look in those small side compartments next to the battery compartment.
Landen Steinbeigle さんによる2020年07月31日
I tried the trick where you pull out the batteries and turn it off and then tap the buttons for 30 seconds. That was pretty good, but I am still getting some unnecessary double-clicks, so I still want to gut it like a fish.
I have two of these mice, and one works perfectly, so I can clearly see the problem.
Anthony Horwood さんによる2020年08月03日
The surface is glued. Use a hairdryer. Two of the three screws under the sensor
That's brilliant! Thanks. I am really glad that I didn't use brute force and ignorance. Clearly I would have stood a good change of killing it forever.
It's a great mouse, by the way.
Anthony Horwood さんによる2020年08月06日
I started with this, but I understood the reason before I could break
Алексей Х さんによる2020年08月06日
Here's a YouTube video of a full teardown of the m600. https://youtu.be/5sQ_b9j75Nw
this is a g600
Sorry, must of skipped the M. I would definitely try what the top comment suggested.
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