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I had guitar hero since xmas and yellow symbol not working

The wire that connects the yellow symbol is broken completely off the black little thing that goes into the slot. the actual wire is coming out and i stuck it together with sellotape and it worked until it fell off and the wire has come out worse and its all screwed up and it wont go back in no matter how much i do.
everything else works though.
please help me and does anyone know if or where you can get a new yellow symbol? please and thanks for listening.

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  • shannon_dood Feb 06, 2009

    it doesnt matter now, my dad managed to fix it, thanks

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    i have the same problem

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    i have the same problem with my symbol...the cord for the yellow symbol ripped out. How did you fix yours?

  • shannon_dood Feb 20, 2009

    hey, am.. my da used an old set of headphones for the wires to replace the broken wire for the yellow symbol and it worked like a star, especially when I put a bit of tape (green,black etc) on a quarter of the senser of the symbol and I only have to barely hit it now.I also put some tape on the red one as it didn't pick up the sound too well.
    I hope this will help, if not, you may have to bring it back to the store and either get it repaired by them, or get a replacement from them.
    Thanks guys.

  • neoanderson May 11, 2010

    Where did you get it from?



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How did you break the wire?
The best I can suggest is that since the drum kit is still under warranty, take it back to the store you bought it from and get it replaced. Be sure to take of the selotape beforehand since it will look like the drum kit has been tampered with.

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