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How to Clean, Upgrade, Repair, Mod, Disassemble a Kensington Computer Mouse

Do you want to personalize or repair your mouse made by ? Here is a collection of free do-it-yourself take apart instructions, disassembly pictures, upgrade and repair manuals, as well as modding and cleaning tutorials for computer mice. If you have written a guide yourself (or if you know of tips and tricks not mentioned here), please submit a new entry.



Kensington ValuMouse [external link]Get yourself a proper mouse! A nice mouse on wheels modding.
Kensington Mouse [external link]Mousey the Junkbot: Absolute Beginner's Guide to Building Robots.
Kensington PS/2 Mouse  [external link]From bending acrylic for your mouse window to wiring up LEDs for internal illumination, just about every mod you could ever want to perform on a mouse is covered in this informative guide.
Kensington Optical Elite Mouse [external link]Project Iris: adding a firewheel with two colors.
Kensington Thinking Mouse [external link]FrankenMouse: with the aid of a soldering iron and liberal use of a Dremel tool this Frankenmouse was built: the hardware of a Mouse-in-a-box Optical Pro transplanted into a Kensington Thinking Mouse case (includes wiring schematics and circuit board diagram).
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