I suggest using isopropyl rubbing alcohol it doesn’t remove color and dries quickly , cotton swabs, needle nose pliers for the fibers wound round the mouse wheel , and a wooden toothpick. Hope this helps you. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Don’t forget to clean the lens, too. Message 7 of Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. I just cleaned mine and it is actually simple.
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Hope this helps you. If u flip ur mouse over u will see the 2 padded grips, remove them and u will see the screws underneath! It is a deep hole with a screw inside.
Message 1 of The circuit board comes off easily so you can get the grime underneath. The left button has to be pressed a little firmer or in just the correct spot in order to work.
Use a very thin Phillip’s head screwdriver to remove the screw. Note on archived topics.
HP TouchPad – 1. Message 3 of Can anyone confirm how to take it apart?
I’ve taken apart other ones, but this one has no visible screws on the bottom.
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Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Looks like I need a new mouse anyway. Don’t forget to clean aoppen lens, too.
They could be underneath some of the glide pads. However, did you look in the battery compartment for screws?
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Message 9 of Message 5 of I aopeh find the 3rd screw. I suggest using isopropyl rubbing alcohol it doesn’t remove color and dries quicklycotton swabs, needle nose pliers for the fibers wound round the mouse wheeland a wooden toothpick.
How do you take apart an HP optical mouse? Hello this is for the mouse that comes with the new computer, straight out of the box.
Message 6 of Message 8 of I have an older Logitech mouse and can’t see any way to take it apart, either. Message 10 of But stupid HP made the screws on the mouse odd type. I had a similar HP Wireless mouse which has issues with the lasdr detection.