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Naga trinity mouse double clicking or not holding click

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by RedRavenHD, May 24, 2020.

  1. RedRavenHD

    RedRavenHD New Member

    My mouse does not hold the click and often double clicks. It makes it impossible to game and even do regular computer activities.If anyone knows where to get it fixed that would be much appreciated.
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  2. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    Fairly easy and cheap repair - you'll just need new micro switch, and some soldering skills to replace faulty one. But if you have warranty for this mouse, try to RMA it first.
  3. Nullfier

    Nullfier New Member

    Fisz I do not know if you are something of a razer or you are just a user who wants to help but let me tell you that this is not the solution, you cannot buy something and have to repair it yourself xd is illogical
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  4. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    Yeah, and you also don't have to repair your car?
    Sh** happens, simply if you have active WARRANTY, just send it back, if not, repair it yourself, because it's cheap & easy to do.
  5. FrederickLim

    FrederickLim New Member

    I have a Mamba Wireless and Naga Trinity, both have click does not hold and double clicking issue.

    If it is not the bad quality of micro switch then it must be the mechanical design fault of the mouse.
  6. FrederickLim

    FrederickLim New Member

  7. smikejw

    smikejw New Member

    I am not sure if this is a firmware related matter or not, I have had a similar problem with clicking on my Naga Trinity. I am on my third one in 10 months.
  8. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    Mostly it's a hardware issue (faulty microswitch). With firmware you can limit the double clicks - mostly it's a workaround, not a fix of a problem :)
  9. smikejw

    smikejw New Member

    That sounds about right, which is really disapointing. I had the original Naga, and then the Chroma. Now that I am using the Trinity I have found the the internal switches feel like they are far less quality. At this point I fear that I am going to need to find a different product as I am growing really tired of replacing it every few months.

    I have it under warranty so I'll see if they will replace this one. o_O
  10. LiLmEgZ

    LiLmEgZ Active Member

    Why not just buy the Naga Pro to replace it with instead since it has the Opto-Mech switches? :astonished:

    FiszPL likes this.
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