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If the right or left mouse button is not responsive, the micro switch might need replacement. This guide will list all required steps to properly replace the left and/or right mouse button micro switches from the Razer Naga Trinity.

  1. Remove the interchangeable side plate. Remove the interchangeable side plate.
    • Remove the interchangeable side plate.

  2. Remove the mouse's feet using the opening pick. Remove the mouse's feet using the opening pick.
    • Remove the mouse's feet using the opening pick.

    Be aware that it’s possible to peel the feet from the glue layer.

    SteepPoppy0 - 답글

  3. Remove the four 6mm screws by using a JIS #1 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four 6mm screws by using a JIS #1 screwdriver.

  4. Separate the top mouse housing from the bottom mouse housing using the opening pick. Be careful not to tug too hard on the ribbon connector.
    • Separate the top mouse housing from the bottom mouse housing using the opening pick.

    • Be careful not to tug too hard on the ribbon connector.

  5. Unlock the ribbon connector that is held down by the main board clips using the spudger's pointed end.
    • Unlock the ribbon connector that is held down by the main board clips using the spudger's pointed end.

  6. Remove the side housing using the opening pick.
    • Remove the side housing using the opening pick.

  7. Remove the top housing LED 3-Pin connector that is near the main board. Remove the top housing LED 3-Pin connector that is near the main board.
    • Remove the top housing LED 3-Pin connector that is near the main board.

  8. Remove one 4mm black Phillips #000 screw from the left side of the mouse holding the scroll wheel LED controller board. Then pull the LED controller board upwards and out.
    • Remove one 4mm black Phillips #000 screw from the left side of the mouse holding the scroll wheel LED controller board.

    • Then pull the LED controller board upwards and out.

  9. Pry and remove the scroll wheel feedback bar from its hold-down clips using the hook end of a halberd spudger.
    • Pry and remove the scroll wheel feedback bar from its hold-down clips using the hook end of a halberd spudger.

  10. Remove the scroll wheel feedback bar from the scroll wheel by holding down the spring and using angled tweezers to remove it from its placement.
    • Remove the scroll wheel feedback bar from the scroll wheel by holding down the spring and using angled tweezers to remove it from its placement.

  11. Remove the scroll wheel optical encoder 3-pin connector from the main board by wiggling the connector upwards. Remove the scroll wheel optical encoder 3-pin connector from the main board by wiggling the connector upwards.
    • Remove the scroll wheel optical encoder 3-pin connector from the main board by wiggling the connector upwards.

  12. Using the opening tool, pry the black bracket holding the scroll wheel in place backwards until the scroll wheel housing pops out. Using the opening tool, pry the black bracket holding the scroll wheel in place backwards until the scroll wheel housing pops out. Using the opening tool, pry the black bracket holding the scroll wheel in place backwards until the scroll wheel housing pops out.
    • Using the opening tool, pry the black bracket holding the scroll wheel in place backwards until the scroll wheel housing pops out.

    You don't have to remove that part, if you're careful you can leave the mouse wheel attatched to the mainboard because it's pretty fiddly to get the feather inside again.

    Andreas - 답글

  13. Remove the USB Type A to 5-pin connector from the main board by pinching and pulling upwards. Remove the USB Type A to 5-pin connector from the main board by pinching and pulling upwards.
    • Remove the USB Type A to 5-pin connector from the main board by pinching and pulling upwards.

  14. Remove four 3mm JIS #1 screws holding the main board. Remove four 3mm JIS #1 screws holding the main board.
    • Remove four 3mm JIS #1 screws holding the main board.

  15. Place the tip of the soldering iron onto the micro switch contact pins. Work around the micro switch pins while prying the switch with an opening pick.
    • Place the tip of the soldering iron onto the micro switch contact pins.

    • Work around the micro switch pins while prying the switch with an opening pick.

  16. Remove and replace OMRON D2FC-F-K(50M) micro switch. Solder all three micro switch pins with soldering iron. Ensure the micro switch is bonded by performing a tug test.
    • Remove and replace OMRON D2FC-F-K(50M) micro switch.

    • Solder all three micro switch pins with soldering iron.

    • Ensure the micro switch is bonded by performing a tug test.

    I replaced my microswitch following this but it still double clicks, help!

    Brendon Weber - 답글

결론

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Zackary Tempert

회원 가입일: 2019년 09월 16일

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댓글 8개

dont bother. It took me 2 hours to get it replace and left click still dident work even when i heared it click. Just work some over time at work and buy a new

incognito666z - 답글

If the switch is still clicking and you tried replacing it, the issue surely is somewhere else.

You should look if there are other parts inside that look “

Andreas -

I was in contact with Razer support for about a week now before getting the usual response “sorry I checked, we don’t have any replacement parts” and basically told me to go &&^& myself and buy a new one.

I spent more than 100€ on this thing yet whenever I ask support ANYTHING it always boils down to this. This is the third time with three different Razer devices and I always get the same answer.

I’ll try this fix here and if that doesn’t work, this was surely the last time Razer got a single cent out of me.

Andreas - 답글

If you're not afraid of working with very small parts you can also try fixing the switch itself. You have to bend a small metal lip and that should fix the issue.

Here is a guide on how to do it, fixed my mouse with that one just half an hour ago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDoXMJyi...

Andreas - 답글

30-60 minutes? The author is liar! Took me 4 hours to complete just the step 15 “desolder the faulty switch” :D. For some reason I could not suck out all of the molten solder and it was always stuck somewhere. Really pain in the a**. Other parts of the guide made opening the mouse, disassembly and assembly rather very easy process. Soldering in new part as well. Transplantation is now complete and the patient survived. Thanks for the guide

Jan - 답글

you needed a solder-sucker syringe. or some wick. if it works at all, you did well for your first shot at it. lol soldering takes a lot of patience. welding is much easier to pick up in my opinion. at least as far as the physical act of manipulating the metal. solder is more like a 2 year on mountain dew.

my question is: are these switches made in tactile, linear, et cetera like keyboard switches? i noticed an asus mouse with swappable mouse switches recently. i haven’t found where to but the different switches yet though. but i want some more tactile solderable mouse switches for my naga pro. mine hasn’t actually started malfunctioning or anything. i just really dislike the stock mushy-butt switches enough that i’m willing to take the risk. apparently razer doesn’t honor their warranty agreements anyway. just playing. that really isn’t true. i’ve never had a bad experience with razer outside of how hideous all their peripherals look and these mushy switches that actually work fine.

Joseph Iscariot - 답글

There isn’t much information here on how to solder, but using solder wick to remove old solder, and using a flux pen to solder will really help. It also helps to have a nice solder station like a Hakko FX888D or similar). Lots of Youtube videos on how to solder; it’s not covered here but instead assumes that you already know how.

Todd Douglass - 답글

I want to thank the author Zackary Tempert for this tech guide with the clear and detailed instructions. I’m just about to start my repair and am thankful to have this guide. As the author states, this is an advanced level repair; as such, it may not be applicable for a newbie. At the very least, one would have to know how to solder and how to follow detailed instructions.

Todd Douglass - 답글

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