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My batteries in my controller don't stay in

Every time i put the batteries in the controller they keep popping back out. Is there anyway to fix this problem or do i have to get a new controller?

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  • dmags2000 Jul 07, 2008

    the battrie pack will not stay in


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Tape it...

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