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Wont turn on with new batteries in it and battery pack from my other controller

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It's defective, definitely. Either take the receipt and return for exchange or money back or if it's too old, sell on ebay for parts and get a new one. I would suggest not buying used if you can help it unless you go to game stop. Those you find on ebay could have sticking control sticks that really are awful when trying to navigate through a menu, etc.

Posted on May 15, 2010

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