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Ive just put rapid fire into my controller and it wont seem to work right when i press up on the left anolog stick it goes left PLZ HELP

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  • Bazzeil May 11, 2010

    you using the controller on xbox or pc?

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If youve put rapid fire on ur controller and it goes left its because when u went in to wire the rapid fire u put the part that controls the left analog in one quarter of a full turn to the left from where its meant to be. so open up ur controller and flip it the right way.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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