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electrineer24394188dSingle use only
Demolishun20917188dI have same issue with my Corsair. Maybe search around and see if someone has the teflon skates that can be cut to size. The switches themselves shouldn't be that bad to replace though. Probably $5 or less each. Maybe find the same size of switch and get higher reliability ones. Watch some vids on soldering. It is not that hard to learn if you don't know how yet.
tosensei2903188dmore like "right to despair"
I would put this outside where the screw holes are.
For the switches (look at your switches first). I found these for my mouse M65:
I keep just putting up with the double click right now. I need to take mine apart and look as well.
Oktokolo8304188dNext time buy with maintainability in mind.
But if your mouse pad is smooth and your mouse's bottom is smooth, you can just omit the skates. It will still glide fine.
Jedidja911181dlast time I did such, I just put the thingies back in place and they even held with the remaining glue on them. looked a bit mangled but it's the underside of a mouse so I didn't care
preezer126181dOh yeah, I had a Keyboard from Corsair. The support was horrible. Never ever again I’ll buy something from them.