I bought the Tek Syndicate mouser when it was released and it recently start double clicking on a single click. My research indicates taking apart the mouse is necessary to fix. Has anyone here done this before? I haven't found a place to start.
Have a look at this guide:
Tek Syndicate Standard Issue Mouse LED swap
If you are like me, and have just received your new Tek Syndicate "Standard Issue" gaming mouse, you’re probably excited. This is my first new mouse in a very long time, replacing my 10+ year old Microsoft optical mouse. Yes, it has been that long since I bought a mouse for myself! The only issue I have is one of aesthetics; the purple LEDs do not match my build. Let’s remedy that situation, shall we?
First, let’s have a little discussion. I would rate this project as intermediate level. So, what does that mean? Well, this project will be much easier, and have a much greater chance of success, with some specialized tools and knowledge of electronics. While I would be more than happy to discuss how to use of these specialized tools on an individual basis, this is not a tutorial on how to solder, electronics 101, or how to use a digital multimeter. I'm sorry, I wish I had the time to include all of that information, but this guide would increase exponentially in size. Please, if you need any help with some of the details in this guide, post in the forum, I'm happy to help.
Second, I'm just a regular guy that loves to tear things apart for ridiculous reasons. I am not an electronics major or a professional writer. I have experience with the tools and methods used in this guide, that's it. In short, if I can perform this modification, so can you!
My wife said I was crazy when I told her I was going to tear apart my new mouse. While I certainly understand her point of view, and the risks involved, I decided to proceed anyway. Risks you say, what are the risks? Simply put, you risk destroying your new mouse beyond repair, as well as other horrible things I cannot foresee. If you can't afford the risk of destroying you new mouse, DO NOT perform this modification. I will do my best, in this guide, to point out potential problems and make the information contained herein as accurate and safe as p…
I haven't taken mine apart, but this guide should lead you in the right direction.
i have done this to other mice. Not a hard fix but is like surgery todo.
here is a guide on how to repair the spring
Nice, Guess I'll bring my Anker mouse back from the dead.
not hard but like surgery.
the spring is VERY thin and VERY tiny. Very easy to break but if the mouse is dead then it is a easy fix