O.K. here's the skinny!
I was playing on my XBOX recently and noticed that the left analogue stick on one of my pad's had a fault that would create movement to the right on it's own, when it WASN'T being pressed...
So I figured since I had a broken PSX analogue pad, I'd just remove the analogue sticks from there and 'swap' them with the ones in my XBOX pad...
Everything went fine when swapping the first analogue stick (the left one) which was the faulty one anyway, so I figured I'd replace the other one just in case it developed a 'similar' fault...
Unfortunately as I levered this one out of the board (the right stick) I accidentally slipped with some tweezers I was using and ripped THREE surface mount components off the board!!!
Thankfully, the solder pads that they were attached to are STILL intact, so this would be an EASY fix...if ONLY I had the values for the components!!!
So here's where YOU come in (whoever you might be...)
If someone can either provide me with the values for the components, or are willing to part with a 'broken' pad that I can remove the required components from, I'd REALLY appreciate it...
Here's the details...
Original (Large) XBOX Pad...
C113 (Capacitor) = ?
C103 (Capacitor) = ?
R6 (Resistor) = ?
I hope someone out there has the soldering skills / tools to help as I DON'T really want to have to try and de-solder these from a working pad just to get their values - I'd end up risking breaking another pad!
(de-soldering surface mount is a LOT harder than soldering them TO a circuit board!)
Also, they'd HAVE to be removed before testing, as the 'in-circuit' values would be incorrect!
Hope someone has the mad-skillz to help!
(Oh, and obviously no replies like "GO BUY A NEW PAD!")