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ofc its on the mousepad (QCK+)

and I bash it a bit like..lift it 1/1.5in and like mini bang it, it happens like once or twice a match, its not like VEEEEERY hard ...

and turning volume down didn't help I tried it, the headshot sound in this game is super sharp and loud and it scares other players frequently not just me.. it makes u like mini jump~ x)

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Since I started playing CSGO I have this habit when Im like too concentrated while playing a match, I get scared sometimes when an enemy jumps me by surprise or catches me off guard when Im not ready or just headshotting me from the side/behind, and the game has this loud "dink" sound when someone shoots u in the head if any of you are familiar with the game, so when it happens I kinda bash my mouse against my table a bit.. and after every bash I get nervous its gonna ruin my EC2-A eventually.. Im so self conscious about it that I check the mouse movement recorder (included in MarkC win7 mousefix) to see if the movement of the mouse is like usual and I didn't damage it...

the bash happens like a couple of times each match (45-50 mins matches)

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General Discussion / gloves - sweaty hands solution??
« on: 04:11 AM - 03/11/18 »
ordered a pair of gam3rgloves (from GG) , will get here in a week or so.. after like a decade of suffering from sweaty (NOT a bit moist, Im talking like almost dripping) hands after only a few mins of gaming (plus I live in a pretty hot country) to a point where I cant lift my mouse because it gets too slippery for gripping properly.. Ive decided to look for a once-and-for-all solution.. has anybody with a simillar problem to mine tried them ??

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its not funny at all.. I actually spent a 100$ on this mouse (yeah its pretty pricy over here)

and then rubbed it gently against all of the inside of the sensor hole back and forth

It was a bit funny... :)

yeah well...Im stressed over here x)

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its not funny at all.. I actually spent a 100$ on this mouse (yeah its pretty pricy over here)

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no source, I just noticed like a thin white fabric thread.

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No, it won't evaporates... well, have it your way man.
I didnt quite understand ur sentence

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so even though I didn't dry the alcohol out it didn't damage the sensor? 100% ?

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yeah I tried blowing inside a bit, but saw it didnt make the hairs to even move, and after using the dipped qtip, and then someone on Overclockers.net pointed out that I SHOULDN'T AT ALL USE ALCOHOL, and that I better use a "blowbag" (even though I dont know what that is)

I just opened a ticket, in addition, there's some shell deformation and the left mouse button sits assymetrically to the side and middle of the shell....
I applied the receit and everything, waiting for a response now..

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i dont think that alcohol can damage the sensor or the plastic element that sits in front of it
hard plastic is usually alcohol resistant while on soft plastic the alcohol will drain the softener out of it and the plastic becomes brittle
so the plastic protection that sits in front of the sensor should be fine

if the mouse is still under warranty then try to get a new one!


even it it happened only once? should I open a ticket @ logitech?

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Hi all! I noticed like 2 hairs on the sensor and Im a very self conscious and quite the perfectionist so I turned  to google and found the sensor cleaning method with the q tip and alcohol..  so I dipped it and squeezed it a bit on a clean towel in order to get rid of any excessive drippings.. and then rubbed it gently against all of the inside of the sensor hole back and forth.

BUT I DIDNT DRY IT OUT WITH THE 2ND DRY END OF THE Q TIP AND JUST WAITED A MIN BEFORE TURNING ON THE PC AND USING THE MOUSE.

After like 7 mons of browsing the led turned off and the sensor stopped responding till after I restarted the pc.

Afterwards i had no issues..
DID I JUST DAMAGE MY NEW G403? Does anybody know of a better sensor cleaning methods?

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