I see, all I had to do was find a screw driver small enough to fit between without scratching the visible metal. The red to blue would be easy to do, but hard to fit it in such a small space... I would think it would be possible to find a small inverter chip and maybe fit that in there.
They are surface mounted LEDs... meaning they are VERY small and hard to soldier. Also, I don't even have any LEDs small enough to replace them at the moment. I can unscrew the rotational sensor and almost get it out, but the USB connection seems to be holding it in, and from what I can see can't be disconnected easilly. It looks like there might be space for a inverter on the other side... anybody else tried this?
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