1. judgedee

    judgedee Advanced Member
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    chances are the clip was probably damaged during shipping and now to get out of paying for a new one they'd rather make you buy a new one since you seem so clueless on what's going on.
     
  2. wankerman

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    My god, you guys jump to conclusions. Your clip doesn't look fake. And who ever said that it was supposed to "click" into place??? I have installed dozens of Wii-Clips and not one of them has ever "clicked". They hold by compression. All you had to do was solder the CLK jumper. Your clip is fine, you just didn't install it correctly. I know the instructions are very vague. The first clip I installed did the same thing (wouldn't take in the disc). Just put the blob over the CLK points. Now you know. [​IMG]
     
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