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06-14-2019 10:50 AM
wmmiller Guys got my Paracord in the mail! I'm located in Hawaii and got my Paracord in a timely Manor. Just short of two weeks. Quick And Easy process! Will be buying again in the future soon! Been on Vacay so haven't installed yet. Will upload once comolete. 5/5 Stars

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06-14-2019 09:00 AM
Moonwired quick update on this, it might help someone,
my EC2-A "white" only was attached with one screw, under the bottom feet,
thats it, it might be different then the black version or something, or thats a different mouse, IDK.
But if you're doing this to an EC2-A white mouse you only have to remove the bottom skate.
06-11-2019 01:10 AM
CeeSA EC2-A screws are under the bottom feet and under the big sticker.
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06-10-2019 11:31 AM
Moonwired quick question, i have a EC2-A. which screws do i need to remove to just replace the cord, I can't find a tutorial for it, cause i kinda want to leave as much of the sticker intact if I don't need to remove it. That and the mouse seems to consists out of 3 different layers.
06-09-2019 03:30 PM
CeeSA if the model is unknown yet, you have to check the connector size by yourself.

More info here:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post24827976
06-09-2019 12:49 PM
atearen I have question, is the connector to the PCB standard? I bought a mouse from aliexpress wich is pretty good, though the cable is terrible, so it would be nice if I could change the cable, if not I would have to DIY paracord it
06-04-2019 02:16 PM
throwseidon hey @CeeSA

I wanted to switch colors for the paracord that had initially placed an order for in the form so I submitted a second one with the correct color (Initially S4, now 20)

Apologies for the double submission, but wanted to give you a heads up as a clarification.
05-31-2019 12:00 PM
xxmrtwizyxx Need to clean my massive desk sized pad some how so I can post so real nice pictures just not sure how I'ma do that lol
05-31-2019 10:35 AM
xxmrtwizyxx
Quote: Originally Posted by tizz0r View Post
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
05-31-2019 09:33 AM
xxmrtwizyxx
Quote: Originally Posted by Zammin View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by xxmrtwizyxx View Post
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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