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Analog stick my wireless controller's right analog stick popped out of it's position and won't click back in. It just moves around freely now, so can anybody help with this???

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There is a tubular piece of plastic inside the analog stick that probably snapped. open up your controller and you'll find that the peice of plastic is hollow. to fix this, cut up some paper clips to the right size and cram them in the hollow space for more stability. superglue the plastic peices together. hope this works for ya.

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Mine did the same thing. buy a new one

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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