Tyler Harriet: It broke because of your inexperienced methods. I believe you should buy a
new controller or a new part.
EsotericGamer: How do you detach the z trigger board (NOT the button) to remove the
control stick block? EDIT: Nevermind, I got it. It's tricky. You need to
slide it diagonally.
HaiImJohnJr: 4:36 good times
Ephicx: Anyone know where to get good n64 thumbstick replacements (GC style and OEM
style) in Europe? Amazon.co.uk is out of stock and all other sites I find
is either reseller only or US only.
Brickstin: Honestly to tell you the truth I went through a buddy of mine that works at
3btech which they have a second store front for retail services for
electronics like PCS and Laptops and Some game consoles. 3btech Sold them a
while back. But I think they stopped doing that in PCD because they mainly
focus on Wii, xbox360 and PS3 systems. Cell phones included like touch
glass repairs. Your best bet is to look for this company that sells them:
Google classicgamesrevisited they still sell them, only $10.
JulienIsTheMan: Having the same problem, that's how I got here. Up and down are slow, along
with diagonal, right and left are ok.
gibbotron09: hey man, no its not it should be the same all around. Your joystick might
just be beyond fixing or your tape application was done in a way that is
causing this. Retry it and take your time. If it doesn't work then, the
joystick may be unfixable. Good luck! :)
Ephicx: How did you buy off hyperkin? They're reseller only... Pleeeeease D:
Aeonterbor: When i did this i found it usefull to use a screwdriver that was magnetic
gibbotron09: @mask110 its called Go K.K Rider, its in the end of the video if you want
ElwoodHi: Wow, im deffinatly gonna give this a shot! Thanks buddy.
P13R4T: 4:34 AHHHHH!! lol
nathan mcnamara: Lately i have been looking at many ways to fix my controller but i found
its so much easier to just buy a new joystick that is like the gamecube
stick.Just my opinion though.
justin tube: 4:34 lol
3Life3: lol at 2 meters
gibbotron09: @ElwoodHi im glad, if u need any further help let me know. the best part
about it is if you dont like how it works, you can always just take the
tape off, thanks for watching
gibbotron09: @P13R4T i wasnt sure if the mic could see me haha! i screamed too :P
BenjoTooie: is this how to fix it if i can't go straight?
jokingrofl: Stiff, but working that's how I like it.
David Chapman: tripped me out so hard when i realized the video was mirrored..
lordhuq: ...doesnt work...
CosmicFang: Awsome video now I have a good n64 controller
omegahippe: I bought the better joy sticks that don't wear down over time.....it's more
sensitive but for platformers it's a must have
Alexa Taylor: he said 2 meters by 8 wtf
Brickstin: Did this fix, even the resin glue fix: it just makes it playable to some
extent: It will never be 100% perfectly shaped when the unit was new. I got
tired of repeatedly doing this fix when the glue eventually wore out & the
bottom of the stick inside eventually wore out too, making this fix
worthless. So I went to Hyperkin: they make a replacement with improved
design internally. No more wear downs. It looks just like n64 stick, kinda
feels like gamecube stick. I do crap the easy way :)
gibbotron09: @pokemon5236987412003 well im glad i could help :D
deadturtleproduction: THANK YOU! this worked so well that my previously worst joystick is my best
mask110: what's that song in the intro?
Geeker Days: You Bastard if only you would have put this out sooner lol! I passed up a
really nice 64 controller because the center was loose and it was a nice
3rd party controller lol thanks anyways bro :) this definitely helps out
talkingdear: thank you for giving my n64 contorrler a bonorXD
felnpacer: 2cm wide an 8cm long that's wat he meant
gibbotron09: @lordhuq it did for me and everyone else who has tried so maybe you could
try again. some joysticks are just too broken to work
Tony Cremo: 2 METERS WIDE AND 8 LONG DAYUM!
Noah coppock: ok what it is is it is the tape the layers are to catchy and this prevents
the analog from going forward tape doesnt work but a true permanent fix is
to use a plastic compound