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post #2071 of 2101
It isn't the CPI LED? You could post some pictures...
post #2072 of 2101
Sheesh good job it's easy to take apart wink.gif

SW6 is the DPI switch button, D2 is the LED and R6/7/8 is where the heat is seemingly coming from

post #2073 of 2101
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Originally Posted by bleets View Post

Sheesh good job it's easy to take apart wink.gif

SW6 is the DPI switch button, D2 is the LED and R6/7/8 is where the heat is seemingly coming from

So the heat is being generated by the RGB LED. Not sure that my original FK or AM give off enough heat to notice, I have to check that. What color/CPI are you using?
post #2074 of 2101
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

So the heat is being generated by the RGB LED. Not sure that my original FK or AM give off enough heat to notice, I have to check that. What color/CPI are you using?

No no like i said it seems to be at the R6/7/8 chips above the LED tongue.gif
post #2075 of 2101
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I have the kana and the side buttons were the worst ever. Misclicking galore...

I simply removed my side buttons by de-soldering them off. Makes a big difference when using my Kana V2 teaching.gif .
post #2076 of 2101
Oh dear zowie this doesnt look good...

Email I got from Zowie.
Quote:
If the mouse has been left on, it can generate some heat. But it shouldn't be cause any damage. Since the sensor emits a laser in order to read movements, it would generate some degree of heat.

Umm...well firstly the heat isnt coming from the sensor and laser? seriously? :|
post #2077 of 2101
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Originally Posted by bleets View Post

No no like i said it seems to be at the R6/7/8 chips above the LED tongue.gif

Aren't those the resistors for the LED?
post #2078 of 2101
My FK1 just recently started giving me issues when trying to click the middle mouse button. Makes the clicky noise and everything but the click just refuses to register. Have to basically bang on it to get it to start working.
post #2079 of 2101
Can you still change the lift off distance on the black and white Zowie FK1?
I can't find this in the manual.
post #2080 of 2101
edit: double post. Please delete
Edited by ramraze - 2/10/16 at 12:20am
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