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.
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Have You Tried syncing it? all you have to do is look at the front of your wii console and flip open the little door. it will have a small red button then where you stick the battery in on the controller you will see another red button, hold both red buttons down at the same time. (the one on the wii, and the one on the wii controller) and then your controller should work properly
Hi, the problem you are having is due to a build up of dust all you can really do yourself is go to a computer hard ware store and buy a can of compressed air then give the control a good blast with this try and get it in all the holes and move the stick whilst you spray air under the stick doing this should solve you problem. if it dont then it will mean taking the control apart to solve the problem if you google how to take wii control apart you will find loads of guides that help you then you need to give it a good clean and that should stop it making the noise.
its not easy to take it apart and you could do more harm than good so you have been warned
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
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The obvious answer to this would be.
That the gamecube controller, is faulty.
Or the controllers port on the Wii, is faulty.
Try using a different Controller on the Wii.
Or try inserting the gamecube controller, Into a different Port.
logic 3 controllers are not good, return the logic 3 controller to the store and buy a NINTENDO wavebird instead, i bought mine used and it is perfectly fine. you might have the controller plugged into port (....) instead of port ( . ) so try that or buy a wavebird instead ( if you ask me , buy the wavebird). I think my sister's friend's brother had the same problem. But he gave up on it. Probably faulty. Third party gamecube and wii accessories (excluding nyko) are bad or do not last very long.