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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-23-2020, 07:24 AM - Thread Starter
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Endgame XM1 button quality control ever fixed?

I haven't watched much of his stuff, but JumpingNinjaRocket had two XM1's in his review. One mouse had overly loud, hollow clicks on both buttons, and the other mouse had one normal click and one loud, hollow click. The mouse I received had two VERY LOUD hollow clicks. Some of the loudest, most annoying clicks I've ever seen on a mouse.

Is anyone actually receiving these mice with normal clicks? Has the issue ever been fixed or just ignored? My clicks sounded louder than the ones in his video, but he noticed the same issue. 5:58 timestamp for clicks.


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You can easily fix the hollow clicks by taking off front mouse feet and adjusting the screws underneath.
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You can easily fix the hollow clicks by taking off front mouse feet and adjusting the screws underneath.
Well, for anyone that sees it as a defect (it is), you're kind of invalidating your return doing that if it doesn't work. Are you saying it's due to the screws being too tight or too loose?

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Well, for anyone that sees it as a defect (it is), you're kind of invalidating your return doing that if it doesn't work. Are you saying it's due to the screws being too tight or too loose?
You can add some heat to the feet with hairdryer and they come off easily and can be reused after. Screws underneath front mousefeets are too tight, they need to be as little tight as possible. You get the idea when you adjust the screws and click mouse 1&2 to find the perfect tighness.
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