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i have had that same prolem with a other cords. the cord for the mic is frayed, so you will need a new mic. as for the drums, if you broke the plastic underneath, you really shouldn't be hitting it that hard in any situation. there should be scews on the bottom. If not you should be able to remove the top, but be careful. NOTE: going into the devices will void any warranty so it is highly reccommended that you contact the manufacturer of the equipment and see about getting it sent away for service or just try to find a new drum set
YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE THE SET APART. UNSCREW THE SCREWS UNDERNEATH THE SET. THE WIRES ARE VERY THIN. PAY ATTENTION TO WHICH COLOR .USUALLY THE WIRE HAS SEPERATED FROM THE SOLDER.STRIP THE PLASTIC BACK ENOUGH TO EXPOSE THE WIRE ,1/8 INCH,THEN RESOLDER OR ELECTRICAL TAPE.
I just fixed this problem on our WII drums, the entire connector was ripped off the wire. You can get a repalcement jack at Radio Shack (pair is $4). You will have to carefully strip the shield and center conductor, tin with soldering iron and install new jack. Make sure you put the connector shell on the wire before you install the metal jack. Works like new.
If you know how to solder, you can resolder the wire back onto the connector. I just did that tonight actually. the orange cymbal has a white wire and a black/bare copper wire. You can cut open the male connector [I use an exact-o knife along the underside mold line] (one side only) so you can just slide the wires/connector back into it. The white would solder onto the base of the male connector. The bare copper thats wrapped around the white one is the black/bare copper wire mentioned above. This one is soldered to the tip [the solder point inside that small black plastic piece] of the connector. Once you have it soldered, just slip the male connector rubber piece back into place and use some super glue to glue back together.I wrap it in electrical tape just so its definitely secured. If wire length is an issue, simply solder some wire extensions before soldering to the male connector/plug.
you have to use the green and red keys on the guitar to navigate the software...not the WII remote if you want to use the guitar.. THe WII remote is ONLY used for the Microphones.
On the drums you use the red and Green drum to navigate for the drum...not the WII remote....