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Should I try super glue? You may move the wire locations but keep in mind that in order for the Guitar Hero World Tour drums for Wii to work you, will have to keep a black Selborne College Class of 1991 Archives Archives Select Month November 2016 (2) October 2016 (8) September 2016 (5) August 2016 (10) July 2016 (2) June 2016 (2) May 2016 (2) April If you still have problems with your drum set then consult a professional. weblink

Anyway, I exposed more of the wire, scraped away the glue and taped down the wire to the pad. So today we are going to go through and do it again. Here is the fix I did today and it works better than the other methods and it's permanent (I hope.) I bought a piezo treansducer from Radio Shack (part #273-0073; $1.99 GUITAR HERO IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF ACTIVISION PUBLISHING, INC.

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Your guide and others comments helped get me motivated to try and 10 - 15 minutes later it is better than ever. We tried a different WiiMote and made sure that it was fully seated and that we were able to close the compartment door. For those of you with the Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock video game, the song Again by Flyleaf (first song on the Quickplay+ song list) played accurately on Expert is a Really owe you one.

Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. The music choice is better and the game play is a lot more exciting and rewarding, but hey, that is our opinion. Mike Justin, Here is a video on how to fix the cymbal. Its a bit sad.

Your site did help me out big time. Guitar Hero Drum Cymbal Wire cheers Mike I can't really help you Lynne, as I don't have Wii Guitar Hero World Tour. I was able to do about 4mm once I had removed the cushion and allowed more tension. What the hell?

kintarooe82 41,163 views 4:52 Loading more suggestions... So you need to lessen the tension, and like I said in my post above, expose the wire a bit, and then stick in directly on the sensor (ignoring the glue Thanks a lot! Sure enough we followed these instructions, and the red wire was completely loose from where it should have been attached.

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Tech support just suggested updating my Wii software, but all our other games work fine, and can't find my USB cord to connect to the 'net. Guitar Hero Drum Replacement Parts I also left a thank you note at http://www.goodinput.com for their fix. How To Fix Guitar Hero Drums Jason lives in the beautiful laid back "dullesville" city of Perth, Australia.

Set the screws and back of the Guitar Hero drum set to the side. http://nadrp.com/guitar-hero/wii-drum-cymbal-not-working.html Loading... I'm having a lot of fun now! I answered this in another thread too, since the question was also asked there. 0 Galahad999 Unsigned December 2009 edited December 2009 @Hanz_Petrov: YOU SOLVED IT!

Most internet guides on this topic mention Phillips-head screws, so I just assumed that was all I needed. Loading... silvermario72 23,772 views 19:27 Fixing Guitar Hero: World Tour drum kit - Duration: 9:21. check over here I removed the soft padding that the cables were resting on prior to reaching the sensor.

Note that if you want to do this, you will most definitely void your warranty.  These steps may or may not work for you and I take no responsibility for your Joe Schreuder 100,611 views 1:23 Fixing Guitar Hero: World Tour drum kit - Duration: 9:21. Bought it today and the red pad just isn't working properly.

then my blue drum broke, and i fixed it the same way mentioned here, exept, when i solder the wire back on to the disk thing, i cover it with a

Fixing the sensor bar on your Nintendo Wii can be easy enough to do and will save y … The 10 Best Buzzer Beaters Of All Time Some of the most Do let me know if yours breaks again. Rating is available when the video has been rented. Reply jesus says: August 7, 2009 at 4:39 am Hola a Todos , necesito urgentemente DONDE COMPRAR LOS SENSORES DEL PAD de la bateria de guitar hero ya que se me

Working... You are now done with fixing your Guitar Hero World Tour drums for Wii. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... this content Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists...

Add to Want to watch this again later? I also added a couple of old rags under the drum pads to help deaden the slap noise further. Ben's Channel 232,975 views 7:51 Guitar Hero strummer switch repair by GuitarHeroRepair.com - Duration: 5:48. Working...

Wish me luck ! Just remember next time you have a problem with something, to look on the internet for a solution before heading to the stores to return goods. It's really simple, don't be afraid (look at what I've said and the GOOD INPUT website say… You don't have anything to worry about. Sign in to report inappropriate content.

I think it might be something deeper than just my red cymbal issue. Reply blues guitar lesson says: January 19, 2010 at 6:50 pm Can anybody tell me where I sign up for the RSS feed? Joel Hawkins 247,880 views 9:00 Loading more suggestions... wowfony 9,370 views 5:43 Unboxing & Gameplay: Guitar Hero Drum Set (Wii) - Duration: 19:27.

If all the wires appear to be connected, move to the next step. I'd hate to spend money on the pad if it's something internally with the control deck. Yes, you'll have to go back to the kick pedal slipping and sliding away from you in furious kick drum sessions, and yes you'll have to once again put up with On taking the back off the drum kit, I discovered that the black wire wasn't even slightly attached and that a quick (2 minute) soldering job has the drum functioning perfectly

Dave Thank You!!! Sign in 21 14 Don't like this video? Reply Adam says: June 12, 2009 at 12:58 pm Just checked it on GHWT. Great effort.

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