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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-22-2020, 11:28 PM - Thread Starter
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G102\203 Mouse wheel switch replacement (it double clicks)

Hi,
I actually had this happen to me with 2 different units. It doesn't always double-click, it depends on the angle of pressing the button, I suppose.
With the first one it started happening once in a while but later on it became very frequent. Now it began happening on the replacement unit, so I figured I shouldn't wait.

I believe I know the general type of switch that I'm looking for, but can someone link directly to an item on AliExpress\Bangood?

Thanks.
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Anyone?

This happened to me on my second G102\G203. At a certain point they begin to double-click (the mousewheel button).
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-07-2020, 07:47 AM
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Should be these.
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Have you tried using a compressed air can on it?

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Or just use an electronic contact cleaner. Same as any other device with sensitive contacts that get a lot of use or corrode etc.
I have no problem to use mice for 5+ years with the same switches.
When it starts to double click/bounce the switch after a year or two as all of these mechanical switches in mice do, clean them.
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