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Wavebird parts?

l337CrappyJackl337CrappyJack Registered User
edited August 2007 in Games and Technology
I've got a Wavebird controller set up so I don't have to cross the room to make my Wii do the work for me, but my roommates, who have now moved out, at some point spilled some sort of syrupy drink all over the sucker. I opened it up and cleaned it out, but it seems like the stuff shorted it out, or at least prevented the power switch from making contact. Seeing as how they're like a bajillion dollars to buy, is there anyplace I can get ahold of something to make the damn thing work? Circuit boards, something like that? I'm not much for soldering, but I'm also not much for spending $80 to get a new controller.

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