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Wavebird control stick sticks

When I use the controller it sticks. I tried switching the controller off and I've tried different ports on the Wii. I don't know much about the hardware of the controller. does anyone have a diagram for repair of the controller.

thanks,

HP

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  • harlaford Jan 26, 2009

    Yeah, but I purchased them from ebay--so they were not fac sealed. I'm trying to find either a place where I can purchase parts/defective controllers or a solution for refurbing the one that I have...

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You wash your hands after you eat right? I had a friend come over once, he had some chips, and then used my wavebird and... must I go on?

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