Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
My Wired Xbox 360 Controller is loose where it connects into the top of the controller. I have to duct tape it down to the top of the controller to keep it form disconnecting while playing games. Is there anyway I can fix this problem either by opening it up and messing with a few things or replacing the entire wire?
You can try using a little bit of Loctite Handyman Glue if the rubber piece is the only thing that is loose. if the wires themselves are loose inside the controller, i would suggest buying a New/Used controller instead opening it up yourself (unless you work on controllers and other small computerized objects)
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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