Parts

No parts required.

To get into the controller, you will need to unscrew the 7 screws on the back.
  • To get into the controller, you will need to unscrew the 7 screws on the back.

    • You will have to remove the bottom oval sticker to reveal the screw circled in red.

With the screws removed, turn the controller upside down and separate the front end from the back end. It is likely that the buttons will fall out of place, so as you open the controller, try to keep track of where the pieces go.
  • With the screws removed, turn the controller upside down and separate the front end from the back end.

    • It is likely that the buttons will fall out of place, so as you open the controller, try to keep track of where the pieces go.

There should be 4 circular buttons labeled 1-4, 4 smaller circular buttons for the D-Pad, and 3 oval shaped buttons.
  • There should be 4 circular buttons labeled 1-4, 4 smaller circular buttons for the D-Pad, and 3 oval shaped buttons.

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In the center of the controller, pull upwards on the USB cord. Be careful not to pull hard enough to yank the wires connecting to the logic board. With the wire out of the way, remove the screw it exposed. This will disconnect the logic board from the controller.
  • In the center of the controller, pull upwards on the USB cord.

    • Be careful not to pull hard enough to yank the wires connecting to the logic board.

  • With the wire out of the way, remove the screw it exposed. This will disconnect the logic board from the controller.

To remove the triggers, push upwards from the back on them. Once far enough, detach the logic board from the back cover piece and the triggers. Once far enough, detach the logic board from the back cover piece and the triggers.
  • To remove the triggers, push upwards from the back on them.

  • Once far enough, detach the logic board from the back cover piece and the triggers.

If the wire is unplugged solely from the logic board, you can fasten it back into its place. Look at the second picture to see where the wires go.
  • If the wire is unplugged solely from the logic board, you can fasten it back into its place.

    • Look at the second picture to see where the wires go.

Unscrew the screw on the trigger to remove the back cover. Once removed, carefully pull the back cover off. Once removed, carefully pull the back cover off.
  • Unscrew the screw on the trigger to remove the back cover.

  • Once removed, carefully pull the back cover off.

The 3 wires are soldered into the 3 spots circled on the picture.
  • The 3 wires are soldered into the 3 spots circled on the picture.

  • You can now fasten the wire into the right spot on the trigger piece.

Conclusion

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

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