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Thread: Solderless D2Pro Anyone had a problem

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    Most resellers send the presoldered modchip with the Clk bridged already, if its unbridged I would think the first step would be to bridge it and see if it works before trying to solder the j points.

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    thank you for your help, finally got a response from Australia and they say others are having issues with their D2Pro modchip as well.

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    My CLK looks as though there is a separation in the solder, so I am thinking it is not bridged. Could you test it with a wire between the two solder points, before actually using solder? I could not find information about a bridge on wii clip site, do you have a link?

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    Here is pic from wii-clip.com


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    I did bridge the CLK but it didn't work, unsoldered and jumped the "J"wires. It is working, but when I put the unit back together then it didn't work again. Took apart and have it working again, but the wi-clip isn't making a very good connection. Any ideas on how to make the clip fit tighter, it is very loose. I believe when installed it becomes unstable. I have been very careful with the unit. I understand these parts are delicate. Would it be safe to use some hot glue? Any ideas would be helpful.

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    No don't use glue, but instead use Electric Tape to tape it down. The clip part shouls almost be touching the drive's PCB board.

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    You can now reprogram it with the new updates!!!

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    Would reprogramming it fix all of the problems?

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    Yes, please put the clip in tight, my friend called me yesterday because he got red light.. i've discovered this morning that he didn't put enough pressure on the clip..

    Now everything should work without modification

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