Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
I havent play like for 1 year with my xbox until now so, I turned on and it works well, I plug the cord of the controller to charge my batery and it seems that was working, when it turns green I umpluged and the controller turn off. Do I have to buy another charge kit, a controller or this could be fix ? ? ?
If you are using a rechargeable battery and it hasn't been used for a year it is possible that it is not holding a charge anymore. You may have to buy a new rechargeable battery. A good way to test that there is nothing wrong with the controller is to throw some AA batteries in there to make sure. If the controller works fine with two AA batteries then you know that you most likely need new rechargeable batteries. If it doesn't work you have have a bigger problem with the controller or the cord, but I doubt that there is a problem with the controller.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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