My Gamecube has no cover, and as such, the frontpiece has no support to keep it in place. Today someone tripped over the controller lines, though, and the frontpiece (where the controllers plug in) came clean off. The only break in the serial line was where it connected to the frontpiece, not to the actual hub of the game itself. As a result, the controllers bascially don't work. If we put it back in place and apply pressure, it works fine, but that means someone has to sit up there and hold it down while everyone else plays (not fun :<). A friend suggested soldering it back on, which I'm reluctant to do owing to the fact that I would have to get someone else to do it for me. Another suggestion he had, but wasn't as keen on, was to get some insulation tape and tape it back on. I'm leaning towards this idea more because it'll be convenient and sounds like it'll get the job done. Those are the only things he could come up with. Does anyone have any suggestions or other solutions? They'd be muchly appreciated ^^ Thanks!