Model CUH-ZCT1. Released in November 2013 by Sony Computer Entertainment, this six-axis, 3.7 V lithium ion battery controller is uncomplicated to repair.

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My Ds4 controller is overheating

My ds4 controller is over heating because i used a fast charger and my old battery didnt charge so i brought i new battery but it still is overheating evertime i turn it on. I took out the ribbon cable of the touch pad and the led/port and put them back but it was still overheating. I turned on my controller while touching the mother board and i found a small box with a turn H and a • that cause alot of heat and idk how to fix it

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To find the h• look at the battery tray and above the screw and below the battery is a square cut out with a square box with a h• the is tilted

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someone help me

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having the same problem. bought new battery and charger and it is still overheating

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Having the same problem, already change the battery, thinking of changing the charger port as well.

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I too used a fast charger for months with no issues but then it started getting hot. i stopped using it and havnt used it since, and now 2 of my controllers are dead. i have now replaced both batteries with new ones... Twice! first with 2000mAh batteries , to no avail... and then with the factory 1000 mAh batteries. so far they are both getting hot and not holding a charge for more a few mins.

not sure at this poiint maybe i fried the charging port?

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I have the same problem I replaced the battery and usb charger port and stopped using the fast charger. And it still gets hot and stops charging after a while.

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Hey, replace the charging port, I did mine after the batteries, and it took care of it. unfortunately I haven't found them for less then like 22 bucks... so for under 30 you can replace your sticks, batteries, and charge port and have a new controller.. better than $65 i guess... Moral of the story, don't use rapid charger. Also Hyperkin (the company that makes the retron5) makes a great usb cord, nice connectors, like 10' and fabric wrap cord.

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Put every thing back as it was. Stop using the fast charger. This should fix your trubble.

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I did but it still is overheating ever 5 min

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Same here and so my controller won't even hold the charge either I hope someone has a solution

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I am having the same problem but no one seems to know what to do

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Hi bro, it same problem here... after all of my tries to fix this problem... i think it was charging port problem, because all of my DS4 parts working fine but i noticed that there is a very hot surface on my DS4 motherboard (80° C approx. untouchable) coming from charging port because also the charging port is a little bit hot... so let me try to change the port and i will tell you the result...

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Any news on a solution guys?

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Whats the result? Same problem here. I changet the battery. Cheap one and factory one. None of them works. When i connect it to my PS TV it says: "can not supply more power. Please disconnect the device."

When i connect new DS it charges without the message.

How to fix thos issue pleaseee

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Hi guys. I've the same problem. I bought a new battery and changed it but the problem still there. I turned on the controller when it was open trying to guess where the !&&* was the problem, and when I touch the mainboard it was really hot, I've been looking for that piece on ebay, amazon, etc, but it's quite expensive 30 to 40 bucks, so I think it would be better to buy a new one...

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