LOGITECH Mouse Repaired
This Mouse LOGITECH Model Number: M-SBF96 was given to me with two complaints:
- The cursor was not moving fine in the Display.
- The right click was not working.
Note: this device was checked on by another tech that was what the owner told to me. As you can see in the photos below it’s an Optical device with PS/2 connector.
First thing done was to open the device, a piece of cake, only one screw.
The first complaint previously mentioned could be seen at simple sight and it was fixed immediately by pushing down the plastic cover of the LED till the clips were fixed in the PCB, look at the pictures below:
To solve the second complain previously mentioned it was necessary to look for spare parts of an unused mouse.
One of these micro switches was de-soldered to substitute the bad one in the original PCB of the mouse.
Once the micro switch was substituted, and the mouse was completely armed, connected to the PS/2 slot of the motherboard, and the PC switched on, it worked perfectly fine. Look at the photos below as an example.
This article was prepared for you by Humberto Rodriguez, one of our ‘Master Authors’ from Cuba.
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