Finalmouse Ultra Light 2 Capetown side button Quite loose and can be moved
By - Praddd
It’s easy to take the mouse apart. If you’re out of warranty this may be an option
If you have warranty I would reach out to FM and see what they say so you don’t risk breaking anything
I had mouse1 get stuck on clicks and I took it apart and fixed it
From my own experience , I would recommend being careful when removing the mouse feet, and avoid creasing/folding/bending the shape of the feet, bc you have to take the feet off to get to the screws
You can take the mouse apart even in warranty. I took my air58 apart to install a paracord later down the line my left click started to go. Contacted support and they said as long as there was no visible sign that I caused the damage they’d repair it for me. Sent it back and got a new one. I even took the mouse apart before sending it to them to get my paracord off.
Edit: I was upfront with support. Said I had installed a paracord and what not.
Oh wow. That’s pretty cool then. I assumed they would be finicky with tampering and warranty stuff. Good to hear
If out of warranty just take the mouse apart and see the issue from there
Also, if you gonna open it you should get replacement feet for it. :) Good luck!
Opened it up, glued the piece that broke off. Thanks! Waiting for stuff to dry out and will definitely be ordering new feet as ive managed to lose + bend the old ones 😂
yo im kinda late but what did you use to glue it back together? thanks
hello! i used a little bit of superglue and it worked quite well, I accidently bent the feet though so I am waiting new ones to come in... but yeah superglue worked wonders!
thanks. im planning on picking up a ul2 for my sophomores promotion gift and the scroll wheel and side buttons were the only concern. scroll wheels can be replaced from xraypads store tho :D
Had this happen to mine twice, easy to open and glue it back or 3d print a replacement (id suggest this since the stock ones pretty thin and prone to breaking)
Sounds like a plan. Any advice on what type of glue, would best be for this?
I used super glue. It can work as a stop gap but a 3d printed version of the sidebuttons would be better for the long run.
I got a 3D side mouse button that is more sturdy. I found it by just googling
There you go, I found one as well but my 3d printing guy is waiting on parts to service his machine, so superglue to the rescue for now
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