Nefarsus, post: 3841769 wrote:
So I just got my DC ASCII Capcom. Trying to open the case and it seems stuck. I really don't want to crack it in any way. I removed the bottom 5 screws, but it still feels like something is attached to it. I tried just rolling a screw driver between the bottom plate and the case, but not much luck. Any suggestions.
Nefarsus, post: 3841776 wrote:
Hey guys. I removed my ASCII joystick from it's case. I have the PCB removed and ready to be plugged into a terminal. But I'm having some trouble trying to figure out how to put it into my TE. It doesn't just pop into the black piece on the mounting plate. Am I supposed to remove the old one and somehow mount that to the JLF plate? If so how do i remove that. It seems like it's glued in or something. I didn't notice any screws. If anyone has any pictures they could show me, or any tips at all, that would really help.
brighenne, post: 3841771 wrote:
You have to peel off the top sticker/art. There are screws under there holding it in.
eightballah, post: 3841763 wrote:
I just purchased a DC FT Capcom Special stick. The stick is REALLY mushy feeling. I assume the spring (if they use springs?) is worn out. Can I use a JLF or Sem. spring? I haven't torn the stick apart yet. Is there other parts of it that fail?
Nefarsus, post: 3841781 wrote:
Hey guys. So I installed my ASCII optical via a terminal, and soldered the 5V to the bottom of the MadCatz pcb. Is that all I needed to do?
I plugged it in and the controller button lights up but neither the stick or buttons respond. It's a 360 TE modded with mc Cthulhu and imp. I am lookog at everything to see if maybe a wire came loose or something but haven't found anything yet. Just wanted to see if I did something wrong installing the optical.
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NRX, post: 3841797 wrote:
I just picked up a Capcom version Ascii DC stick and I want to appropriate the Flash clone inside. I gather most people replace the parts with Sanwa. Two questions to that effect:
1.) What all can be replaced? Everything but the PCB...?
2.) Are standard JLF parts used for the replacing?
Winchester, post: 3841805 wrote:
I just wanted to vent that removing the octo gate on the Ascii was the most mind numbing and strenuous acts of God I had to go through. Had to sand down parts of the ends because they came out slightly bent and malformed from attempting to remove the gate.
NRX, post: 3841807 wrote:
Most definitely, but I was hoping to replicate the FLASH1 experience as closely as possible, personal preference be damned. Just to see how they feel.