Replacement battery terminal for Nintendo Wii remote (motherboard side) spring metal contact set | ZedLabz


Replacement battery terminal for Nintendo Wii remote (motherboard side) spring metal contact set | ZedLabz

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- Replacement metal battery spring terminal contacts for Wii.
- Compatible with Nintendo Wii wireless remote controllers.
- Ideal for replacing damaged or corroded springs.
- Pack of two contacts, enough for one controller
- Require internal fitting and soldering.


Repair a corroded or damaged battery contact in a Wii remote with this pack of replacement battery terminals.

These install on the motherboard and require soldering to install, the old ones must first be desoldered and removed, so in addition to a soldering iron and solder, you will require desoldering braid or a desoldering pump / gun, flux will also assist.

Leaked batteries can caused damage to the original contacts causing the original contacts to fail beyond repair, replacements can be fitted by removing the old ones and soldering new ones into place.  

They are also ideal for replacing rusty contacts or contacts that have been accidentally damaged.

Require internal fitting and soldering to install, the controller must be opened, a tri-wing screwdriver is required to open the Wii remote (not included).
Platform Nintendo Wii
Colour Silver
Manufacturer ZedLabz
EAN 5056026413619
SKU 500488
Weight 5g