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My controller wont connect to my xbox 360

I have tried every solution i have found and nothing works. I recently connected with an HDMI cable and thought that mite be the problem.
When i try to connect my controller just keeps blinking green but it is still able to turn the console on?
Please if you can help i would much appreciate.
I just bought this system and am very frustrated
cheers
casey

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I believe you have to do a manual reconnection to the console from the controller.  You must press the button that is right next to the memory card slots untill the light ring spins.  Do the same with the controller ( button on top of the controller) It should also start spinning, then stop on one light comfirming that the controller and the console are synced.  This should solve your problem.

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Well to troubleshoot it you could go out and buy the charge and play kit at game-stop best buy eb games
etc. there a hell of a lot cheaper than having to buy a new controller. or there's a button on top of your controller and a button on the front of your xbox 360 console press both of the buttons at the same time with your xbox turned on and it should connect.

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