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My controller won't connect to my 360

I have tried ever thingon the web that i found about this problem but none of them worked. I tried the unpluging of the power cord, the turning of my tv, ect. I have tried every thing i can think of. Dose anybody have any answers that will work for me?

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Hello dasuperman..

try this..

1. since you are using a WIRED CONTROLLER, and its not conencting,try using a different controller to further isolate you issue.

2. if the other controller worked,then most probably the controller that your trying to use is not working, try calling xbox customer support for possible replacement of ur accesory.

3. If the other controlle still doesnt work,then you hav eto send your console in for repair, you can process a repair to the website service.xbox.com,click on "repair my console" or if you want to be assisted by xbox support reps.call xbox support hotline,, 1-800-4-MYXBOX.
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Posted on May 17, 2009

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