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.
felnpacer: 2cm wide an 8cm long that's wat he meant
Alexa Taylor: he said 2 meters by 8 wtf
JulienIsTheMan: Having the same problem, that's how I got here. Up and down are slow, along with diagonal, right and left are ok.
jokingrofl: Stiff, but working that's how I like it.
justin tube: 4:34 lol
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.
Ephicx: How did you buy off hyperkin? They're reseller only...
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: 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 :)