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简介

After a couple of thousands clicks the Anywhere MX Mouse develops a phantom double click. This is due to a grove that develops on the inside of the button. It can be fixed with a piece of tape.

  1. The front screws are underneath the front gliders. The can be removed with a butterknive or Plastic Opening Tool. The gliders have three layers, be careful not to seperate them.
    • The front screws are underneath the front gliders. The can be removed with a butterknive or Plastic Opening Tool. The gliders have three layers, be careful not to seperate them.

  2. The back screws are underneath the stickers with the battery images. You can either remove them, like I did, or just poke a hole into them to get to the screws.
    • The back screws are underneath the stickers with the battery images. You can either remove them, like I did, or just poke a hole into them to get to the screws.

  3. After the four screws are removed, the top and the bottom part can be easily taken apart. In the top part the grove that was made by the click-sensor should be cleary visible. This causes the phantom double clicks.
    • After the four screws are removed, the top and the bottom part can be easily taken apart. In the top part the grove that was made by the click-sensor should be cleary visible. This causes the phantom double clicks.

  4. Put a piece of tape over the groove.
    • Put a piece of tape over the groove.

结论

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

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Stefan Magometschnigg

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Worked well for me, lets see how long it'll last.

Wynadorn - 回复

Worked for me too...saved a great little mouse!

jcrhino - 回复

Thank you for this hint! It worked perfectly

Wojciech Gradkowski - 回复

Thank you, it worked!

Jakab Ponoczky - 回复

Thank you for this guide! Got my mouse working and saved me some money :)

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