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Mouse Logitech G100s left click not working [very complex]

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Repair' started by Sikorsky, Oct 26, 2019.

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  1. Sikorsky

    Sikorsky

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    https://ibb.co/DbLCD3M these two are connected, middle to R2.. like in picture shown

    So I connect together White and Green with a wire, and then i put another two wires to R1 left and R2 left?

    Picture link is under, like this?
    https://ibb.co/HNSQFBJ
    Confirming it before I do something wrong
     
  2. 73's de Edd

    73's de Edd

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    So I connect together White and Green with a wire, and then i put another two wires to R1 left and R2 left?

    No, you do NOT connect together White and Green . . . .that would short together and cancel out your digital + and - signals.


    Two separate jumper wires are to be used . . . .

    One jumper wire connects from connector White, going down to B (which is being a C3 to R2 shared junction).(Or as you said . . . . .R2 left .)

    Another jumper wire connects from connector Green, going down to A ( which is being a C4 to R1 shared junction). (Or as you said . . . . .R1 left .)

     
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  3. Sikorsky

    Sikorsky

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    I did what you told, mouse working and fully operational!!!!! :33333333333
    Here is picture how I did it:
    https://ibb.co/k1fSDbB
    https://ibb.co/MMpxh1L

    This was really tight and small.... but I managed to pull it off! Without your help nothing would work of course. Can't thank you enough!

    Just wondering, how long are you doing electronics? And how did you knew that they connect to R2 left and R1 left? I was looking at it but couldn't figure it out, of course I'm quite new, like 1 year in it only and I mostly do repair for my own needs :) but this was way out of my comfort levels and way out of my knowledge, learned a lot along the way and it was nice experience!

    Now that I got mouse operational, I plan to buy Omron 50milion best switches I can find on it and solder them properly this time....
    Thank you again! <3
     
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