– 00 Philips screwdriver
– T6 Torx screwdriver
1) Remove the front and rear skates from the mouse. Unscrew the four screws with a T6 torx screwdriver.
2) Pinch the sides of the mouse to create a gap in the back. Then stick your finger in the gap and pry the base apart from the back side. A few clips on each side will pop as you pry it. Remove the top shell and place it to the side.
3) Unplug the battery connector and peel the battery off of the base.
4) Unscrew the two 00 philips screws that hold the pc board to the mouse base. Remove the battery tray and put it away. It will not be reused.
5) Pull up to remove the side button pc board. The ribbon cable can stay attached or you can unplug it.
6) There is a clip on the right side of the mouse that helps hold the main pc board down. Push the clip to the side and pull up to remove the main pc board.
7) Mount the main pc board on the lightweight base. Align the screw holes with the mounting posts and screw in the two 00 philips screws. These screws do not need to be tight at all.
8) Slide the side button pc board into the mouse base. The two middle tabs go behind the board, and the two end tabs go in front of the board. Plug the ribbon cable back in if you disconnected it.
9) Plug the battery into the pc board, then stick the battery down to the mouse base.
10) Put the top shell on top of the mouse base and align the mounting holes. Screw in the four t6 torx screws.
11) 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.