Introducción

Removing these panels allows further access to the GameCube's components.

Partes

No se requieren partes.

Turn over the Gamecube so that the bottom side is facing up.
  • Turn over the Gamecube so that the bottom side is facing up.

  • Locate the four screws (circled in red) on each corner of the device. Then, use a 4.5 mm Gamebit screwdriver to remove all four screws.

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With the bottom side of the GameCube facing upward and the screws removed, carefully pull the outer shell of the unit away from the top half. Then place the inside of the unit facing up.
  • With the bottom side of the GameCube facing upward and the screws removed, carefully pull the outer shell of the unit away from the top half. Then place the inside of the unit facing up.

This can also be done whilst being in the normal upright position after all 4 of the 4.5mm Gamebit screws have been removed. Pull the top of the shell directly upwards and it should slide off easily.

Less chance of snagging any wires or parts.

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  • Gently press down on the clips located on either side of the the back panel, as shown, and carefully remove it from the main part of the device.

A second picture clearly showing which direction to pull the back panel away from the unit would be nice.

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  • With the back panel removed, carefully unclip the controller ports at the front of the unit.

    • A ribbon cable (outlined in yellow) is still attached to the unit. Do not disconnect this cable.

    • Controller ports are where the controllers plug into the game console, and are a half circular shape.

well... what happens if accidentally i disconnected it?

negroporexcelencia - Contestar

presumably nothing major. The CMOS battery is attached to the controller ports, so the most i'd expect is that the gamecube loses it's date/time setting. As long as you reset that before jumping into animal crossing or something, you should be fine. I'm currently doing a teardown of my gamecube, and if something does prove to have gone wrong, i'll report back.

sigoshi -

okay, i finished putting it back together. gamecube works fine and surprisingly still remembers what year it is. boots into smash bros and shows memory card contents fine.

sigoshi -

  • Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the two 2 screws(circled in red) that are located on the back of the control port.

  • Carefully separate the gray outer casing of the control port and the circuit board.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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