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Nintendo 64 Controller NUS-005. Released in 1996, for use with the Nintendo 64 Game Console. Repair for this device is straightforward and requires only common tools.

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Analog stick - Nintendo 64 Controller

Hi all,

My analog stick of mine controller is not working fine anymore. I found replacements on the internet. I found 2 different version.

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I got version A in my controller. Can I solder version B in my controller?

Thanks in advance.

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From a bit of quick research, it appears that it should work fine. Just make sure that your pin connectors line up. Beyond that, it looks like it'll be okay to swap them out.

Best practice would be to install the new thumbstick and before closing it up, test out the controller to ensure that the new thumbstick reacts properly to the game.

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I'd say it's a bit risky to add one of those into your controller, because if you got a warranty for it (IF YOU ONLY GOT IT A SHORT WHILE AGO that is) you have to hack into your controller to install the analog stick, and opening it up usually voids the warranty. Also, I've heard that the replacement analog sticks aren't exactly the best. Look in the video below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3GYtAyR...

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