Not too long ago I got a Gamecube off of eBay and was hoping to play some Super Smash Bros Melee for the first time in a long while. I hooked up the Gamecube, no complications or anything, picture and sound came in clear, everything went fine. So I pop in the disc, and start playing. Unfortunately, the rumble didn't work, so I went into options, turned rumble off, then turned it back on. But there was still no rumble. I switched controllers, got nothing again. Changed ports, no rumble at all. At first, I thought this was a controller problem (and from what research I've done, it seems to be the case), but since I don't have another Gamecube to test the controllers out on, my only other theory is that the problem lies within the console itself. Unfortunately, I could only find one forum that claims so, stating that the Gamecube has a fuse which creates the rumble for the controller, and that the fuse may be burned out. The Gamecube I got works, it just doesn't have any rumble. Can anyone help me out here? Thanks.