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However if it doesn't work at all you should do this topic. Any suggestions? Open up the back of your drums with the appropriate screwdriver (Phillips or Torx 10 both of which are common sizes) unplug the old sensor wire from the circuit board (using Damm Red OCtane For making SHity INSTRUMENTS afunk117 View Public Profile Send a private message to afunk117 Find More Posts by afunk117 12-30-2008, 03:02 AM #9 The DarkFox http://trisystech.net/guitar-hero/how-to-fix-guitar-hero-drums.html

I cannot fix this. How long have you had yours for? Today you are my hero. Turned out to be quite easy and I've replaced all the wires and my drums now work better than when they came out of the box 🙂 CEV Worked great!

Guitar Hero Drums Not Working

I took it a part and sure enough the red wire was totally off of the solder, I then have twice tried to solder the wire back on with no luck, Installation could not be simpler! It motivated me to fix the drum myself rather than go through a painful warranty process. Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ

I just want to mention that my own drum kit was secured with TORX screws. It's a real easy fix. I leave this comment because I would have saved a lot of time knowing that TORX was a possibility. Guitar Hero Red Drum Pad Replacement Closed Gate View Public Profile Send a private message to Closed Gate Find More Posts by Closed Gate 01-02-2009, 02:50 AM #13 daenius Join Date: Feb 2008 Location:

It's like i have to hit it really hard and fast.. Guitar Hero Drum Replacement Parts Reply neto says: October 15, 2009 at 3:51 am can i use any type of glue? Carrie Mike, Thank you so much!!!! Collection Intro Intro: Guitar Hero:World Tour Drum RepairSome problems have been noted with the GH:World Tour drums.

Another point - earlier on (like when i first bought the game), the cord that connects to the cymbal broke, but i replaced the end of it and it worked fine Guitar Hero Drum Cymbal Fix I also took the opportunity to pull a bit of the red wire so that there's more slack near the red drum kit area.   It seemed a little "tight" there. Aces Thank you so much!! or else you are fired".

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im hoping that its still covered, but im highly doubtful at this point... Id rather not pull it off if im not sure if its going to get any better.The main problem is not the S bends but rather poor electrical connection. Guitar Hero Drums Not Working worked a treat Reply Michael says: July 29, 2009 at 3:37 am My red snare drum didn't work either. Guitar Hero Cymbal Wire Repair Email Subscription Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

So once i did and saw the soldering job was shitty and the wires had come loose, i was told to take it back and get a replacement. http://trisystech.net/guitar-hero/how-to-fix-guitar-hero-guitar-buttons.html Simple to fit and excellent quality Strummer Switches (GHWT)Downstrum not working on your world tour guitar? Thanks again in advance 🙂 Keelan on Wed, 26th Aug 2015 3:48 pm I just got band hero drums and yellow cymbal dnt work nor does the red pad work So to answer your question - No idea - your daughter has most likely damaged the red pad now in which case it's stuffed. 🙁 NOTE: The Red drum fix is Guitar Hero Drum Cable Replacement

Thanks for any advice anyone can give to get these back on.Hi there i was just wondering if anyone could help me my yellow cymbal has been turned 360 degrees and zkarlodotcom 139,122 views 6:06 Official Guinness Record 899,703 - Duration: 9:58. i have had to fix every single color on the drums, exept green. have a peek here It sounds to me like this is an RMA or store exchange problem.

After a bit more googling, I found a discussions on fixing the drums yourself.   Apparently, it's usually the case of a bad wire connection to the sensor of the red drum.   Guitar Hero Drum Set Wii Pingback: Fixing GHWT Cymbal Sensitivity Problems « [email protected] guillermo says: April 18, 2009 at 4:03 am mi tambor rojo tampoco funciona correctamente. Choose your language.

Mike You mean you were seeing red….

Stick it else where on the sensor. Should I try super glue? Thanks for the info! Guitar Hero Drums Midi Really owe you one.

Is it just because it's used the most? Dave Thank You!!! The guy that "pulled the wire off" and put it back was doing what I mention in that step except without the solder.ok so i tried just taping it on there http://trisystech.net/guitar-hero/how-to-sync-guitar-hero-guitar-to-xbox-360.html Reply neto says: October 15, 2009 at 8:06 am tks a lot jasechong.🙂 Stuart Travers says: November 3, 2009 at 1:23 pm Just had the same problem on my red snare

Simple solution: Use an Allen Key or Hex Socket or small Phillips (crosshead) screwdriver or Torx driver bit to unscrew all the screws on the back of the drum kit. Sign up for free! User Name Remember Me? I just want to note that when I googled the problem your site was one of the first which is why I landed here first.