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Created On: 04/11/2006 02:14 AM
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 04/11/2006 02:14 AM
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Silk_the_Absent1
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I am having overheating issues with my Gamecube, and thinking it's about time to clean it out. Anywho, I got my set of gamebits, so I'm good to go there, but what I would like is if anyone knows of a good set of step by step instructions on opening and disassembling it (just enough to clear the dust and junk out), as I really don't want to bork it.

-Adam
 04/12/2006 12:36 PM
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bvchurch
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Well before opening up you may just want to use canned air and a vaccum to clean it out but here are some articles.

http://www.mod-chip.com/Lite/G...embl...ctions_Lite.pdf
Yes it is from a mod chip site, mod chips are NOT LEGAL, but please reference only on the diagrams showing how to take apart the gamecube.

This has a video of it
http://www.takeitapart.net/archives/nintendo-gamecube/
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