Question about Logitech XBOX Wireless Controller w/ vibrations
New batteries called xbox for support they say it is my controller
Sounds like it was dropped or had something spilled into it. The motion control joystick or the arrow butttons are messed up. I bought a second wireless unit, tried it out and took the batteries out and put it away in a drawer. If the main unit goes bad, I'll have a backup. They can be found for around $30, which is less than a lot of games that end up being duds.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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