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post #11 of 15
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Hey, so 2 days ago my LMB couldn't be actuated with light clicks anymore. I had to press the switch a little harder so the contact was back again. Probably a loose contact after usage. It seems that the copper wires "coated" with solder didn't held up the contact during usage. (Not Sure.)

Then i did it just the same way put solder over copper wires and pushed them both through the 2 holes that both sides had contact on both sides and it worked again.

Now the questions to you guys^^

Could you please tell me if i did it right, shown in my last post (first and second spoiler with pictures)?

Is there anything better i can do or did i missunderstand it in the first place?

Also my the LMB now sounds more like a hollow clack + the initial click sound. Not sure whats wrong there as the pre trevel is not high at all.
Wondering what part in the mouse does the hollow "clack" sound.

I bought a pack of d2f-01f and wanted to make sure i do it right next time. So that there ll be no loose contact anymore so i dont have to open the mouse up again.

@Thunderbringer, @NyaR, @tenminutemailer and other guys who are good with this? smile.gif

Any help appreciated!
Edited by turnschuh - 9/26/16 at 2:11am
post #12 of 15
The middle pin (NO) looks more or less clean, the top one (COM) is quite damaged. Try wiring the top pin to a nearest common point, let it be encoder or a cleared PCB segment..
post #13 of 15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by granitov View Post

The middle pin (NO) looks more or less clean, the top one (COM) is quite damaged. Try wiring the top pin to a nearest common point, let it be encoder or a cleared PCB segment..
hey, this method which i think also thunderbringer suggested as the last thing if everythings not working is the better method then?
Edited by turnschuh - 9/26/16 at 3:58am
post #14 of 15
It's either restoring the through-hole connection with a wire or grounding to the shown nearest pin, you got it right. Just connect it to the encoder to save yourself from struggles.
post #15 of 15
Thread Starter 
ok, thanks!
connecting it to the encoder without restoring the through-hole connection, right?
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