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1. Posted: Sun 18th Aug 2013 17:07 BST
my best N64 controller broke the cable and trying to fix it I ended losing the plug
is it possible to use a mini protoboard and some jumpers to substitute the plug? or there is an easier way?
Edited on Sun 18th August, 2013 @ 21:28 by GuSilverFlame
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2. Posted: Sun 18th Aug 2013 21:10 BST
I guess the only way to find out is trying...
but if someone could help telling me a solution it would be useful!
3. Posted: Sun 18th Aug 2013 21:18 BST
I guess you could try to "hardwire" the controller by soldering the leads directly to the console PCB but in my honest opinion you're better off buying a replacement controller. That way you're certain you won't damage the console as well
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4. Posted: Sun 18th Aug 2013 21:26 BST
thanks for the sugestion(the one about buying another controller I won't risk my last working console, I have other controllers they just have problems the analog stick so it's not a real problem I just liked the broken one more! XD) I'll still try using a mini protoboard first(because if it works I'll be even able to use it on my pc if I connect it to an Arduino )