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I find that the easiest way to desolder them is to heat up the existing solder, add more new solder, then use a desolder vacuum pump as close as you can to the pin while your iron is still there. If there's still a small residual amount “tacking” it on, heat up the pad around the hole and then wiggle the switch around
It helps to have a helping hands station and a pair of tweezers or hemostats to hold the switch, as the switch and pads will get hot
That’s a good switch to replace them with
Me personally, I like to pull the switches off of other mice, like those rebranded Logitech ones that are bundled with some computers
The G502 is easy enough to pull apart and put back together that I don't mind replacing the switches on occasion
You are correct, that is the middle mouse button
Thank you for these instructions; I used them to pull a the drive for destruction. Without these I wouldn't have known where to being!
I found it far easier to remove the right button by squeezing the part where the hinge is (near the back) with tweezers, which unpegs the hinge. Then you just lift the hinge part out the back, slide the button forward slightly, and then remove it
I used this guide to replace the batteries on a 2GB and a 4GB Nano. This is a great guide with good attention to the important details. These are also much easier to take apart than 4th generation Nanos from my experience.
I used this to help tear down my Wii clean out a wad of dust and pet hair. Thanks for the guide!