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Broken xbox 360 controller (not wireless)

When ever i move my controller just a little bit it automatically disconects even when its plugged in.

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I may have 2 solutions to help you take both of your hands and wiggle and shake your chord work your way up the chord if it disconnects when your doing this the wire has broke in the chord i work with wire all the time and this always works.. ****.. try this unplug your controller and blow really hard into the input there may be dust in the input causing interfearence in the connection.. Hope that helps:)

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