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This guide shows how to replace the LED on the Anker 2.4G Wireless Mouse. The mouse will stop working if the LED inside stops working. Instead of throwing out a mostly functioning product, simply replace the LED and get the mouse working again.

  1. Use a spudger to gently pry off the stickers to reveal the location of the four screws.
    • Use a spudger to gently pry off the stickers to reveal the location of the four screws.

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

  3. Pry the center of the mouse apart using a spudger to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards. Pry the center of the mouse apart using a spudger to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards.
    • Pry the center of the mouse apart using a spudger to separate the upper and lower housing of the boards.

  4. Remove the wires from the white crimp headers. This will separate the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.
    • Remove the wires from the white crimp headers. This will separate the upper and lower housing units of the mouse.

    • Pull as far up on the wire as possible, but be careful to avoid ripping the wires.

  5. Take the upper housing of the mouse and remove the two screws that hold the board in place. Take the upper housing of the mouse and remove the two screws that hold the board in place.
    • Take the upper housing of the mouse and remove the two screws that hold the board in place.

  6. Gently remove the circuit board from the mouse.
    • Gently remove the circuit board from the mouse.

  7. To remove the LED, flip the board over and desolder the wires.
    • To remove the LED, flip the board over and desolder the wires.

    • Replace LED with a new LED and resolder into place.

结论

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

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