To avoid frequent frustrations with your Xbox Guitar Hero game, you may want to learn how to fix Guitar Hero drum kit on Xbox. For some reason, Xbox Guitar Hero drum kits tend to stop working fairly frequently. Luckily, you can fix this problem yourself with a few simple steps.
To fix Guitar Hero Drum Kit on Xbox, you will need:
- A soldering iron
- A screwdriver
- Needle nose pliers
- Hot glue gun
- Sheet metal
First, unplug the base drum pedal and remove the stand and cymbals from your Guitar Hero drum kit.
Use your screwdriver to remove the screws from the bottom of the drum kit.
Examine the back of the drum that is causing you problems.
- The censor should be visible and is about the size of a quarter. If the wire has detached from the sensor, than use a soldering iron and some solder to reattach the wire. This should fix your Guitar Hero drum kit.
If the censor has simply detached from the plastic disc it is supposed to sit on, than all you need to do is reattach it with some hot glue or your epoxy.
- If the plastic ring behind the censor has broken than you will need to replace it. The best way to replace the plastic disc is with a piece of sheet metal that is cut to the appropriate size. You will need to use a screwdriver to gently pry off the censor. Then, you will need to remove three grommets so that you can remove the assembly. Then you will need to remove six more grommets to remove the head.
- Coat the edge of the metal disc with hot glue so that it cannot damage your Xbox Guitar Hero drum kit. Then, use hot glue to attach the new disc to the drum kit and the censor to the new disc.
- Finally, use needle nose pliers to reattach the grommets. Your Xbox Guitar Hero drum kit should now be fixed.
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