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I dont know where to plug in the charger for the xbox controller for it to charge

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If you are using a official Microsoft XBox controller then there will be USB ports on the front and back of the console. Any of these will do it. I would say the ones on the bottom at the front would be your best bet.

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Posted on May 26, 2011

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