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Need a little advise guys, iv done a tempest 2000 rotary mode, everything works well, apart from buttons B & C dont work unless i press both together.

 

I guess iv got a trace or solder touching each other. But doesn't look like it.

 

Its hard to make out what the correct solder point is on my diagram for B & C so im asking kindly can anyone point me in the direction of a clear picture of the jaguar circuit board points (im using the grey button controller)..

 

thanks

 

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Make sure you get a magnifying glass and look at the solder points. You can use a dentist's pick to scrap between the solder points.

 

EDIT: looks like that is the black button one, I will see if I have a good picture for the gray ones.

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I had The same problem when I try to use the solder points as well. That's why I only use the wires connecting the two separate circuit boards. I just remove the covering of the wires a little and connect the rotary leads there.

Why didn't I think of that.. lol how easy is that. Can you share A diagrame or pic please ?

Wonder how easy it would to put a switch on that way ?

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Ok, so here are a couple pics. One is of the pcbs with the correct connecting wires exposed for ground, left and right; in order from left to right. In other words 1,2 &12. The same as the solder points that would have been used.

 

The other pic is of the rotary/switch assembly attached. Ground from the rotary and left/right from the rotary, to the switch then to the correct wires.

 

Hope these help!

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Ok, so here are a couple pics. One is of the pcbs with the correct connecting wires exposed for ground, left and right; in order from left to right. In other words 1,2 &12. The same as the solder points that would have been used.

The other pic is of the rotary/switch assembly attached. Ground from the rotary and left/right from the rotary, to the switch then to the correct wires.

Hope these help!

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Wow thanks, how easy is that, you don't even need to solder just use crimps..

 

Is this the same for the black keyed joypads ?

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