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Introduction

After extended use, the USB cable may have become frayed or broken completely. This will require you to change the cable to continue using the joystick.

Parts

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  1. Remove these three Phillips #1 screws:
    • Remove these three Phillips #1 screws:

    • Two 10mm screws.

    • One 7mm screw.

  2. Using your fingers, lower the rubber boot to reveal two screws underneath the joystick.
    • Using your fingers, lower the rubber boot to reveal two screws underneath the joystick.

    • Remove the two 10mm Phillips #1 screws.

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  4. Pull apart the joystick chassis by hand. Release this clip located underneath the  hand rest
    • Pull apart the joystick chassis by hand.

    • Release this clip located underneath the hand rest

    • The circuit board will be loose and may fall down.

  5. Remove the eight 10mm Phillips #1 screws from the bottom.
    • Remove the eight 10mm Phillips #1 screws from the bottom.

  6. Flip the joystick upright. Lift  up the sliver base cover and feed the loose circuit board through. Careful with the wires still attached to the silver base cover from the bottom of the joystick.
    • Flip the joystick upright.

    • Lift up the sliver base cover and feed the loose circuit board through.

    • Careful with the wires still attached to the silver base cover from the bottom of the joystick.

  7. Carefully  pull from the plug head straight up. It may require some force to remove the cable. However be careful not to damage the wires.
    • Carefully pull from the plug head straight up.

    • It may require some force to remove the cable. However be careful not to damage the wires.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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