Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
That's normal wear and tear. best off buying a new one. usually the left goes out first. it's a pain trying to unsolder and resolder new analog sticks. trust me i've tried and i;m a pro at soldering. if the leads don't come out right away after a few tries, everithing starts to fall apart. like i said. you're better off with a new one. sorry
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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