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Drift with analog left and directional buttons drift and stick but are

Drift and directional buttons and analog left stick drift and stick but are thoroughly cean

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Did some kind of liquid hit the controller??

Anyhow, if cleaning thoroughly is not solving the issue, then the best thing to do is to replace it.

In this case the left stick need a replacement and you will need to soldering unfortunately…

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The left stick replacement , you are saying will have to replace the potentiometer ? This controller has verry little hours on it I have inspected and cleaned even replaced the pieces inside the potentiometer with ones that I know work ; let’s call them contact washers) inside potentiometer no accessible wear or dirt of any kind controller is almost new , controller has been taken appart and cleaned so many times I learned to solder what I call hair ( the wires to mother board ) lol why does it like drift /take off in menu when I use analogue and does same wits directional pad always doin bottom right


Yes, the potentiometer is causing the drift. Did you already replaced that one? If so, I would try to replace the whole stick and see what happens. This should solve it.


Eh ty verry much for you advice and input verry appreciative for you . Why would the analog stick also make the directional also like stick , and no never any liquids even in or on it . Its been cleaned thurouly


Hi! Yes it can cause the button cable to fail as well. Otherwise, that one need a replacement too.. but lets try the stick first :)


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