Introduction

If your controller(s) malfunction, you can replace the circuit boards. You only need a Phillips #1 screwdriver.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. With the controller on its face, remove the five 6 mm Phillips #1 screws. After removing the screws, carefully lift the controller casing . After removing the screws, carefully lift the controller casing .
    • With the controller on its face, remove the five 6 mm Phillips #1 screws.

    • After removing the screws, carefully lift the controller casing .

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  3. Pinch the top and bottom of the shoulder buttons and lift them out. Below each shoulder button, there are small elastic pads.  To remove them,  pinch the pads and slide them out. Removing the elastic pads allows easier circuit board access.
    • Pinch the top and bottom of the shoulder buttons and lift them out.

    • Below each shoulder button, there are small elastic pads. To remove them, pinch the pads and slide them out.

    • Removing the elastic pads allows easier circuit board access.

  4. Carefully lift the circuit board from the controller case. Carefully lift the circuit board from the controller case. Carefully lift the circuit board from the controller case.
    • Carefully lift the circuit board from the controller case.

Conclusion

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

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