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    Default How to keep your wii mic in good condition. [TuT]

    I have been hearing about all of this wii broken mic bullshit and i just don't understand how they break? Mine works fine. Ok so here are the steps for you idiots who obviously don't know how to treat your stuff right. This tutorial will help you guys keep your mics in good condition. Well it's not really a tutorial, just a list of things that will help.

    1.) Every time you are done using your mic, Put it up on a shelf or somewhere safe where any animals can get to it or where you can't trip over the cord.

    2.) Do not leave your mic plugged into your wii for long periods of time, unplug it when you're not using it.

    3.) Do not fall asleep with the mic still on your fucking ear, If you do you might roll over causing your head to roll on to the mic possibly damaging it.

    4.) Do not rage and throw your mic on the ground or wall and treat it with respect.

    5.) If the cord gets tangled up... Untangle it. Having the cord to the mic tangled up is not good for it at all.



    Hope this helps you tards. These things really aren't that hard to do, Don't be lazy.

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    Lol, this is true, but two of them are not.
    2 and 5. I have this happen to me all the time and my mic has never broke. The earpiece? Yeah. But the actual mic? No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmEquinox View Post
    4.) Do not rage and throw your mic on the ground or wall and treat it with respect.
    This is the only problem I have with mine, half the time the ear piece breaks off.

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    forgot one more thing you the thing were you put all the wire together. like the way you first got it.

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    my mic actually broke because my brother decided to cut the wire in half

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