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Topic: Broken Wavebird shoulder button. HELP!

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CharlieRod

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Hey it's just like the subject says, but more info is that the right side of the shoulder button has fallen off it's path on two of my wavebird controllers and it would be great if you people could help me out. I'm sure I'm not the only person it's happened to right? They still work but are not pressure sensitive so everytime I have to use it I have to push al the way while in some games, I think it matters how far you push it down so this is kinda sucky you know? It's apparent in Super Smash Bros. when I'm in need of a shield.

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Machu

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I've got two and they are both fine still touches wood get on google dude, you'll have more luck there than here. Sorry I couldn't help, good luck fixing them.

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CharlieRod

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Ya man I'm so tempted to just take them apart and fix them myself because that would be something Nintendo wouldn't do for free and it doesn't seem that hard, especially since I would just be messing with the physical pieces and not any of the chips or anything. I just don't have the screw driver, which I could get online somewhere I guess. Idk maybe I'm just making a bigger deal out of this than it actually is. I was just wondering if there was anyway to fix it wothout taking it apart you know?

Wii #: 2251-9414-6049-5297/MKW#:2364-9185-0872/SSBB#:3739-3462-6792
PSN: Rodriquez608
Get up. You'll be ok-
The brightest light is in the darkest of surroundings.
If you could rearrange, change, or delete your memory, would you?