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post #211 of 2182
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Originally Posted by Johan450 View Post

Any advice on how to go about doing that, should I disassemble the switch and remove the plastic bit or just press down on the thing while sanding?
I didn't sand my switch but did it with plastic actuator on the shell of the mouse.

Edited by m1hka - 10/7/15 at 1:43pm
post #212 of 2182
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I don't know if it's just mine, but the buttons will rub against each other occasionally and oh that button rattle. The buttons flop back and vibrate loud enough for me to hear through my headphones.

I will eventually purchase another unit, but, I need to fix the horrible vibration these things have first. So yeah, I don't hate this mouse.

Found the issue I think. Switch plungers are too shallow so I guess I need to add something to the end of them.
post #213 of 2182
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Originally Posted by m1hka View Post

I didn't sand my switch but did it with plastic actuator on the shell of the mouse.
Kinda wanna avoid sanding the shell incase I try other switches. I think I'll try sanding down the plastic bit on the switch.
post #214 of 2182
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Just out of curiousity can anyone here take a picture of the G1's pcb next to the G100s or G302/G303 PCB?
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post #215 of 2182
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What is he doing? Is he testing the hyperglides or the tracking?
post #216 of 2182
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Yeah, I was the unlucky one and got the version with zippy switches. Probably why the buttons are so messed up. I'll have to purchase one with Omrons eventually.
post #217 of 2182
Keep forgetting to fix this thing. Any ideas for a less crappy long term solution for this issue? Right now as you can see it's just some mouse skate material attached to the plunger ends.



Guessing new switches would the long term fix.
post #218 of 2182
what mouse?
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4770k maximus vii impact nvidia gtx 970 crucial ballistix tactical 16gb 
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crucial mx100 noctua nh-c14 windows 7 ultimate sony cpd-g520 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
kbp v80 matias quiet silverstone sx500-lg ncase m1 v3 logitech g100s with mcu replaced by teensy2.0 
Mouse PadAudioAudio
allsop raindrop xl chord mojo hifiman re-600 
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i7 920 evga x58 sli le galaxy gtx 460 crucial something 3x1gb 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
intel 330 180gb scythe kotetsu windows 8.1 pro sony cpd-g520 
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post #219 of 2182
G1 Optical.
post #220 of 2182
A longer term solution would be sticking a piece of harder plastic (such as PBT). Lubing it would also reduce wear caused by small linear friction.
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