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You can still give it back and get something with a light scroll press. I'm personally using logitech g pro wireless and it's scroll is tough and stiff however buttons are very light, thus thats why I got it (playing league of legends so right click is very important) however i dont play dota so not sure about the scroll problem. You can swap the switch in the scroll for something easy to press ; you can check different mice for example at ninjas rocket jump top mice list if you decide to give it back. You can also message a popular modder on twitter/yt/reddit @Beardedb0b and ask him, he'll most likely know the answer. 

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I bought g703 wireless mouse recently and im so sads that the mouse wheel is so hard to press. I used to have g400s and while playing dota 2 i am using middle click A LOT and its impossible to play the game for me with the new mouse just because of the mouse wheel.

 

So the question is, can i dissasemble g703 and mod the mouse wheel so it will be easier to press?

 

Since i've bought it i feel bad for not using it cause it feels good in hand but the mouse wheel makes it literally unplayable for me.

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Normally a Mouse wheel button is an actual little button next to the wheel, which has a rod and bla bla it gets pressed. Looking at the internals of the g703, its the same standard build like other mice, so there isnt really a way to make this button harder or easier to press, unless you soldered on a new button that happened to be the perfect exact size, and happened to work exactly as the one already on there did.


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 go to the store and replace it


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You can still give it back and get something with a light scroll press. I'm personally using logitech g pro wireless and it's scroll is tough and stiff however buttons are very light, thus thats why I got it (playing league of legends so right click is very important) however i dont play dota so not sure about the scroll problem. You can swap the switch in the scroll for something easy to press ; you can check different mice for example at ninjas rocket jump top mice list if you decide to give it back. You can also message a popular modder on twitter/yt/reddit @Beardedb0b and ask him, he'll most likely know the answer. 

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5 hours ago, inflex2 said:

You can still give it back and get something with a light scroll press. I'm personally using logitech g pro wireless and it's scroll is tough and stiff however buttons are very light, thus thats why I got it (playing league of legends so right click is very important) however i dont play dota so not sure about the scroll problem. You can swap the switch in the scroll for something easy to press ; you can check different mice for example at ninjas rocket jump top mice list if you decide to give it back. You can also message a popular modder on twitter/yt/reddit @Beardedb0b and ask him, he'll most likely know the answer. 

While yes, swapping the switches out could potentially work, a simpler solution would be to place a few layers of electrical tape over the switch, shortening the travel distance and adding pressure onto the switch, which would result in a lighter button.

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