How to Fix or Replace Your Nintendo 64 Controller's Joystick (And Why It Broke)
Anyone who's owned a Nintendo 64 knows that the controller's analog joystick, or "Control Stick", is the Achilles' heel of an otherwise indestructible system. After years of play the joystick become a limp, unresponsive, hollow shell of its former self.
Most aftermarket controllers don't feel quite right. With used OEM controllers often running $50+, why not repair your old controller instead?
This short guide will show you how to replace your N64's thumbstick assembly in minutes, restoring glory and playability.
I created both a video and text/photo version of this guide, so be sure to check out both! :)
Watch the video, or scroll down for the text/photo instructions
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