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  1. #1 anyone do mouse repairs? 
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    i have a razer deathadder mouse and the cord is damaged. its so damaged it wont respond anymore. can anyone repair it for me? ill pay S&H both ways
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    if you really needed to, you could probabally bet the cord from another mouse, cut both cords about 5 inches from the mouse, and put the new cord onto the old mouse with some splicing of the wires and some handy duct tape or electrical tape.
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    im not a handy kind of guy
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    if the mouse were mine, i'd try doing it that way, but since im only 15, and the description of the mouse makes it sound like its a $90 mouse... not somthing im trying to pay for if it gets frucked up... =D
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    i do basic comp repairs(hardware not soft) so if you send it to me ill fix it. i have soldering skills and well im a mechanic..... so yeah if you want ill fix her the best i can.

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    k mechanix ill contact u soon
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    cool, it wont look like a hack job i have the proper required tools to do the job can you tell me if its the cord its self or if it is the internals?

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    Its a deathadder, so probably the Thin cord was worn through by rubbing the mouse pad, Ive had simmaler problems with my G5, So, Now my mouse pad is a Nicley rounded smooth peice of Marble


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    I can fix anything that can be fixed with most consumer and industrial electronics and computers

    and I have repaired many mice

    the best bet will be to find a trashed mouse from a computer show or online made by the same company and trade the cable. there is a plug inside the mouse that the cable can be detached, I would take the cable out of one mouse and swap it for another
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    you just need to find where the broken part of the cable is and cut it off, then solder on a new plug-ended cable. I had to do it to a usb cable once. Its not too hard.
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