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How to Clean, Upgrade, Repair, Mod, Disassemble a Razer 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 CopperHead, DeathAdder, DiamondBack 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.



Razer Boomslang [external link]Glow Razer: how to make a mouse glowing (in German).
Razer BoomSlang Mouse [external link]Dissection and cleaning HOWTO.
Razer BoomSlang Mouse [external link]This tutorial describes how to modify the pressure-sensitivity of the buttons and the rolling resistance of the mousewheel.
Razer BoomSlang Mouse [external link]Feeling lacking when at LAN parties people have cool mices that light up in various different colors? Here is a way to light up your mouse LED.
Razer BoomSlang Mouse [external link]Normal maintenance and cleaning.
Razer BoomSlang Mouse [external link]The flexibility of the upper buttons can easily returned into their original state.
Razer CopperHead Mouse [external link]Some disassembly pictures of a broken mouse.
Razer CopperHead Mouse [external link]This is not for the faint-hearted. This guide explains how to completely disassemble your gamers mouse.
Razer DiamondBack Mouse [external link]A small take apart guide.
Razer Viper Mouse [external link]A complete step-by-step take apart guide to prepare an extensive mouse cleaning.
Razer Pro Click Mobile [external link]This teardown provides a look inside the BlueTooth mouse and should not be used as disassembly instructions.
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