Question about PDP Afterglow AP.2 Wireless Controller for PlayStation 3
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem could be as simple as a loose connection .. Control pads are fiddly and can get very frustrating I ended up buying a new pad as I figured that the stress wasn't worth the cost of a new 1 but 1 of my pads used to pull to the right constantly and the problem was solved by taking the pad apart and simply cleaning the inside and making sure all wires was connected .. Sorry I couldn't be more help
Posted on Aug 25, 2012
Did you try plugging it in to another USB port? This sounds like a problem with the USB cable of your controller or the USB port on your PC. Try bending the cable near the plug etc. and see if it makes any difference. If not you'll be better off buying a new controller unless its still under warranty.
Posted on Nov 25, 2012
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