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post #1311 of 1388 (permalink) Old 05-26-2019, 07:00 AM
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This is so true, the ascend cord is garbage really its so heavy.
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post #1312 of 1388 (permalink) Old 05-30-2019, 03:50 PM
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Left the stress relief heat shrink in the the mouse for now being how close it is to the scroll wheel. Honestly feels better this way tho heat shrinked the first one by the connector so the cable doesn't move hopefully it doesn't mess it up with out the stress relief part
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Left the stress relief heat shrink in the the mouse for now being how close it is to the scroll wheel. Honestly feels better this way tho heat shrinked the first one by the connector so the cable doesn't move hopefully it doesn't mess it up with out the stress relief part
That looks really good. Do you happen to know if there are any guides on taking apart the Model O to install a cable? Or disassembly pics/videos?

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Left the stress relief heat shrink in the the mouse for now being how close it is to the scroll wheel. Honestly feels better this way tho heat shrinked the first one by the connector so the cable doesn't move hopefully it doesn't mess it up with out the stress relief part
That looks really good. Do you happen to know if there are any guides on taking apart the Model O to install a cable? Or disassembly pics/videos?
Just remove the 2 back feet and the scews are there after that it comes apart fairly easily just make sure you don't just pull it up and break the ribin cables for the rgb strips I can take some pics when I get home if you need me to
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Excuse my messy mouspad, but the new cable looks and feels absolutely amazing on the Rival 310,
thank you CeeSA!
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Just remove the 2 back feet and the scews are there after that it comes apart fairly easily just make sure you don't just pull it up and break the ribin cables for the rgb strips I can take some pics when I get home if you need me to
Thanks for the advice! If you've got pictures from disassembly already that would be awesome but no need to take it apart again just for pictures. I found a couple on TPU of the shell removed but I haven't seen how the cable is run underneath the PCB, but that's all good I think with the instructions you've just mentioned I should be okay.

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Just remove the 2 back feet and the scews are there after that it comes apart fairly easily just make sure you don't just pull it up and break the ribin cables for the rgb strips I can take some pics when I get home if you need me to
Thanks for the advice! If you've got pictures from disassembly already that would be awesome but no need to take it apart again just for pictures. I found a couple on TPU of the shell removed but I haven't seen how the cable is run underneath the PCB, but that's all good I think with the instructions you've just mentioned I should be okay.
It actually doesn't run under the pcb can't do to how the bottom of the shell is designed you'll see when you take it apart it runs along the side and has little pins of a sort to hold the wire along the pcb
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It actually doesn't run under the pcb can't do to how the bottom of the shell is designed you'll see when you take it apart it runs along the side and has little pins of a sort to hold the wire along the pcb
Ah okay that's good to know, thanks. When you removed the rear feet, did they stick back on okay afterward or did you need to replace them?

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It actually doesn't run under the pcb can't do to how the bottom of the shell is designed you'll see when you take it apart it runs along the side and has little pins of a sort to hold the wire along the pcb
Ah okay that's good to know, thanks. When you removed the rear feet, did they stick back on okay afterward or did you need to replace them?
I just use something thin to pry it off would not use a Razer blade tho cause you could easily cut your self something like a really small flat head would work. I don't have experience using a hair dryer so couldnt tell you how that is but the way I did it stuck back good for me

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Excuse my messy mouspad, but the new cable looks and feels absolutely amazing on the Rival 310,
thank you CeeSA!
Dont worry my pad is dirtier 😂 just made it dark and to hide it a bit

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