Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
Take the battery pack off, there are two coiled springs that touch the batteries.
Stretch these springs up slightly, but not too much.
Then replace the battery pack.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
None of the solutions I found online worked for me but everyone kept saying it was a problem with the connection between the batteries and the battery pack. I folded up pieces of tin foil and placed them anywhere there was a connection between the batteries and battery pack (top and bottom of batteries). I also slipped a small piece of foil in the slot that has the little metal piece sticking out of it in the middle of the battery pack. I've been playing for an hour now, hasn't disconnected yet. P.S. Try to make sure your pieces of tin foil aren't touching. I didn't test it out but I imagine it might cause problems. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
TURN THE TURBO OFF
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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