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Nintendo Wii Remote Disassembly and Corrosion Cleaning

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    • Remove the battery cover and the batteries.

    • Remove the four tri-point Y1 screws holding the remote together.

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    • Using an opening tool, apply pressure to the tabs located near the "A" button.

    • The tabs can break, but the remote will still work even if they do break.

    • Remove the faceplate.

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    • To remove the motherboard, press up on the "B" button, and then the connector at the bottom.

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    • Unclip the tabs to remove the plastic piece.

    • On the back, move the vibration motor out of the way to completely remove the plastic piece.

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    • Find any corrosion on the motherboard.

    • Corrosion on the motherboard will have a blueish color and may appear in multiple places.

    • Check the battery terminals for corrosion.

    • If batteries leaked in the remote, there will be corrosion on the terminals.

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    • Clean the corroded areas with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrush.

    • Q-tips can be used instead of a toothbrush.

    • Cleaning won't make look it perfect, but the remote will work again.

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    • Clean the terminals with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrush or Q-tips.

    • It is difficult to remove this piece, so clean it as good as you can. Using more isopropyl alcohol helps here.

Conclusión

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

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Would 99% Isopropyl Alcohol also be okay to use as cleaner?

Mirela - Contestar

Of course, I use this for cleaning every type of motherboard, the difference between 99% and 70% is that the solution contains less water, so the liquid evaporate in less time :)

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