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  • Turn the controller over to the backside and locate the battery cover screw.

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  • The battery cover 8.0mm Phillips #2 screw is on the bottom left handle. There is a plastic washer holding the screw to the cover, so completely loosen the screw, but do not remove.

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  • Once the screw is removed lift the battery cover up from the controller.

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  • Remove the 2 AA batteries.

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  • Remove both the 6.0mm Phillips #1 screws holding the D-pads in place.

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  • Insert wisdom here.

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  • Remove the four 8.1 Phillips #1 screws (red:) and (orange:)

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  • Lift the antenna holder away from the controller towards the top of the antenna.

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Image 1/1: Separate both halves of the controller.
  • Before you separate both halves of the controller make sure the battery holder is facing you so the D-pads stay in place.

  • Separate both halves of the controller.

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  • Remove the 7.9 Phillips #1 screw that holds both the antenna and the internal chip.

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Image 1/1: Remove both the positive(red wire) and negative(black wire) from the battery terminals.
  • Remove the internal chip by pulling it away from the controller.

  • Remove both the positive(red wire) and negative(black wire) from the battery terminals.

  • Reverse the steps to put everything back together.

Where do you get the chip to replace?

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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