Question about Microsoft XBox Controller S ( Brand) X-Box (XBOXNAC006)
If you can see visible damage to the wires, try using a wire cutter (the ones with the special insulation stripper-thingy) and remove the insulation. if any of the wires are broken, solder them back together (WARNING: Make sure the wires you are soldering together are the right ones, or else you can screw it all up). Then wrap the individual wires you soldered in electrical tape, and then wrap all the wires in electrical tape. If there is no outward damage you might need to unscrew it and look inside for any missing components. If you can't find any, you could consider replacing the cord or the controller.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Aha! You will need a new xbox controller. I had the same problem once. It's because the wire is broken inside the rubber. My solution depends on if it's new or old. If it is new then report it to the shop you bought it from. If it is old you will have to buy a new one! I had this problem with the PS2 controller. From Jake @ Dudey-Dreamz.piczo.com
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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