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post #3421 of 3443
Just unload the springs like in my picture.
post #3422 of 3443
Hi all,
I have 1650 batch and it's flawless. (you got it;)

If I find something wrong... I post.

Maybe the best mouse I ever used(for me).(already own 1.1io, za12, rival300, g402, g400s, xai, g302, kinzu, sensei, recon)

no rattle for any direction.
Edited by Crymore13 - 4/3/17 at 8:32am
post #3423 of 3443
man logitech's support website sucks. trying to file a warranty claim and it always give me an error.

edit: but the actual support is good, i have a new g pro on the way
Edited by gourami - 4/14/17 at 6:44am
post #3424 of 3443
nvm
Edited by lainx - 4/11/17 at 10:32am
post #3425 of 3443
This mouse is beyond amazing, I went from 51% accuracy to 56% accuracy in about 2 months (overwatch mccree main). My previous mouse was a g502 proteus (also amazing). I find no faults in the mouse, it is durable enough (I am aggressive ~biggrin.gif), it is absolutely flawless. Logitech wins the mouse game again...
post #3426 of 3443
Is it normal that the sensor gets dirty really easilly and the malfunction speed drops, then I have to clean the sensor area up with wet wipe?

No such problems with g100s though.
post #3427 of 3443
Neither my G Pro nor my G 403 seem to collect dust or otherwise lose traction. Does the lense rattle?
post #3428 of 3443
post #3429 of 3443
Using the hyperglides feet on the Logitech G Pro, I'm wondering if it's necessary to have the ring feet around the sensor? From some places on the internet it says it's bad and messes with your glide, but I'm not sold yet. What do I do? Remove Ring feet or keep it?
post #3430 of 3443
Do the hyperglides raise the mouse enough that the sensor ring doesn't touch? If the ring doesn't drag I'd leave it, but its really just there to ensure tracking on soft surfaces (so that the sensor doesn't get too close). Proper mousepads don't generally have this problem, so you can safely remove it
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