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Connection problems might be caused by one or more of the following:
The Xbox 360 Wireless Controller batteries are weak, or the Xbox 360 Rechargeable Battery Pack needs recharging.
Another wireless device, such as a microwave oven, a cordless phone, or a wireless router, is causing interference.
Metallic objects positioned between the console and the wireless controllers are causing interference. These include a chrome faceplate or metal dividers, shelves, or doors on an entertainment center cabinet.
Note All licensed Xbox 360console faceplates are tested for interference and do not interfere with licensed wireless devices.
Recommend you look at removing an clutter around your Xbox 360. If you have your Xbox 360 within a metal structure or near then try to relocate it. Make sure that you have no devices which might be conflicting with your signal. This is more prevelant in small living spaces such as dorm rooms and single room dwellings that have multiple electronic devices in a small space.
If none of these helps then you are going to have to live with using your controllers wired.
From time to time the actual charging capacity of the play and charge battery will fizzle out as will regular rechargeable batteries.
If you know someone else with a play and charge ask to use theirs on yours and see if it charges and holds charge when you unplug it.
If it does then you need to purchase a new play and charge, if it doesn't the connection to the battery pack is damaged and more then likely you will need to buy a new controller. Or just keep it wired.
Hope this helps.
Opt out the easy way and put a rechargeable battery pack in the controller and use a plug and play controller cord to connect the console to the controller and , voila!, they should be now sync'd to each other.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
Particularly in first person shooters, pressing the right trigger fires your weapon, causing your controller to vibrate which in turn may cause your battery pack to pop out if not properly seeded in the holster. Make sure your battery pack is fully plugged in and clicked into the battery compartment. Also make sure your battery isn't bad. If you're using a rechargeable battery pack, it is quite possible that the pack went bad on you. Try charging it until it's indicated full by your charging device and try it again. If you're using AA's, get some brand new ones and try again. If the battery pack isn't working after charging it, you might need a new pack. The battery life indicator on the console isn't very truthful when telling you your total battery life left. You can also try taking a standard pencil eraser to the battery coils in the controller to try cleaning them. The rubber eraser will remove any stuck on debris. Use it on the battery too, just in-case problematic debris is on the battery side.
CAUSEConnection problems might be caused by one or more of the following factors: • Weak batteries or a weak Xbox 360 Rechargeable Battery Pack • Interference from another wireless device, such as a microwave oven, a cordless phone, or a wireless router • Metallic objects positioned between the console and the wireless controller, such as a chrome faceplate or metal dividers, shelves, or doors on an entertainment center cabinet • There are already four controllers connected to the console.
it seems like the charge cable isnt charging the pack. have u tried using an alternate charging method like a charge stand? or try on another controller, if it still doesnt work on another controller, its your charge cable.