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My ASCII Pad 64 Collection; Different colors and comparisons
Topic Started: Nov 14 2010, 12:54 PM (10,506 Views)
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Changing a the cord on an N64 controller is a very simple and straight forward procedure

it certainly isnt impossible as some would suggest.. the entire PCB can be lifted out and the solder points are easy to reach. All you need is a decent solder iron, a bit of practice and a steady hand. Ive done "cord transplants" on SNES controllers. IMHO its such a waste to write off a controller just because the cord is broken.
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"trust me, we all started with just one or two games and then things kinda got out of hand" - MK II

LOL... im really honoured to have made you sig!
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a lovely jobly and very nicely presented!
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