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fixing razer naga

are there any places that fix broken razer nagas? razer is such a horrible company ffs, my naga broke 3 times within 2 years and 4th time after 5 years. its my favorite mouse and i have to get it repaired. i literally have 4 broken nagas in my house. 

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2 minutes ago, Wictorian said:

That’s really racist, Geez.

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19 minutes ago, marcuzx said:

are there any places that fix broken razer nagas? razer is such a horrible company ffs, my naga broke 3 times within 2 years and 4th time after 5 years. its my favorite mouse and i have to get it repaired. i literally have 4 broken nagas in my house. 

I would recommend buying a different mouse if you keep having the same issue with that one.
I am running the Logitech G503 lightspeed and I love it.

Razer is pretty much cheap plastic that they upcharge for ludicrous amounts of money.

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Just now, Jorban said:

I would recommend buying a different mouse if you keep having the same issue with that one.
I am running the Logitech G503 lightspeed and I love it.

these mouses feel so right while gaming especially in mmos. they’re also really beautiful and unique but are horrible quality. this is probably the worst mouse in the world. the mouse that i have is really expensive and rare. i can’t get used to any other mouse because it doesn’t feel right. 

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I also had a graveyard of 5 razer mice that I threw away, there is no way to "fix" them.

If you stick with razer expect to make mice a every couple months purchase

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If you don't tell us what the actual problem is there is no way we could say definitively if the mouse can be fixed. "Broken" doesn't tell us anything.

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