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Thread: Interesting info about Wasabi V3 & WII Clip Install

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    Interesting info about Wasabi V3 & WII Clip Install

    Ok, so I installed the WII Clip with a Wasabi V3 (thanks GAModz) and soldered the F wire. Ran the setup for a week with some backup games and no issues. Then suddenly it stopped working. Opened up the WII and guess what, the WII clip had actually slided off. Since we played some movies on the hometheater, I dont know if it was the vibrations from the speakers/Sub or what.
    Anyways, I put it back and used some electric tape to hold the WII CLip to the board. I also held down the F wire with a piece of tape to the board. Its been running fine since.

    Just wanted to share this just in case any of you are going the same way.

    Thanks to the board for everything on this board.

    -SB

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    Wow, glad the nothing was messed up. Thanks for sharing that info with us.

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    good to hear it ended up okay

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    I had the same issue. If I put the clip in all the way it gives me a red light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksyn View Post
    I had the same issue. If I put the clip in all the way it gives me a red light.

    I think that not all pins have contact to the drive-chip.
    Measure all points like this http://www.wiihacks.com/wasabi-1-2-3...html#post38600

    Hope it works for u

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