– 00 Philips screwdriver
– T6 Torx screwdriver
1) Remove the rear skate from the mouse. Removing the front skates is not necessary. Unscrew the three rear screws with a T6 torx screwdriver.
3) Once it has been unclipped, slide the base backwards to disengage the front mounting tabs. Set the top shell to the side.
4) Unplug the side button pc board from the main pc board. Pull up on the side button pc board to remove it.
5) Unscrew the three 00 phillips head screws.
6) Remove the main pc board. There is a clip near the DPI button that holds the board in place. Push it to the side to release the pc board. Then, pull the pc board out and pull to release the USB cable from the grooves in the base.
7) Grab the lightweight base and push the USB cable into the front slot.
8) Place the pc board down on the base and align the holes with the mounting posts.
9) Screw in the three 00 phillips screws into the base. These screws do not need to be tight at all.
10) Plug the side button pc board into the main pc board. Then push the side button pc board into the base as shown below.
11) Take a minute to train (bend) the USB cable wires inward as shown. This will help with reassembly.
12) Grab the top shell and slide the base into the tabs on the front side of the top shell. Push the base forward to engage the tabs.
13) Push the back side of the mouse base down into the top shell. The tabs on the base should align as shown below.
14) Screw in the three T6 torx screws into the back of the mouse.
15) Stick on some new mouse skates. They are positioned in the same spot as they were on the original base. Congratulations, you’re all done!
We recommend taking some time to test it out. Sometimes the lift off distance may need to be slightly adjusted.