Step 2: Easy A button
OK lets start with the A button. To follow this page I will list the steps in the order or the pictures.
1 Tri-wing screw driver. (just google tri-wing to find one to buy)
1 LED color of your choice
1 15watt soldering iron
First remove the screws from the wiimote. You'll notice that the wiimote won't open easy around the top and this is a real problem area for everyone, even me. The best think you can do is try to pull the case up as far as you can and put a butter knife uner the top and push down toward the bottom. If you break a peg off don't worry about it, when you done modding the wiimote just put a dab of superglue on the side and it'll hold fine.
Secondly bend your LED to look something like mine. Then your going to want to fit the LED around wiimote's PCB like image #3, once you have it aligned facing the a button solder it down. *remember what legs on the LED are Positive and Negative* (images 2 and 4 are not mine, taken form www.wiimotemods.com)
Test if you did it right by putting the PCB back in the bottom case of the wiimote and put some batterys in and push a button. If your light lights up... well you get the picture.
Next you need to break off a tab that will block your LED from fitting inside your wiimote. Look to images 5 and see for help. Put down electrical tape so the LED doesn't shine through the wiimote's case.
If its working you should see something like image #8.
If you hit a button and your Player indicator lights come on but led doesn't.
check led connection.
Batterys are in but nothing is working.
You have most likely blown a fuse inside the wiimote.
How to fix this
First take some tweezers and look by your One and Two, there will be a little fuse with the letters F1 by it. Put your tweezer on the 2 outside points and press a button. Once your lights come on take wire and bridge the connection like i did.
Please ask for help if you need me to explain something further.