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  • When your triggers get stickier than the Cheeto® dust on your hands it might be time for an intervention.

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  • Start off by removing the four TR9 Torx Security screws on the back of the controller.

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  • The two screws on the top are further inset than the others. You can use the iFixit 1/4" to 4 mm Driver Adapter as an extender.

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  • The case is now open, but it's still held together by two clips on the top.

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Image 1/3: Do the same with the other side. Image 2/3: The top is now free! Image 3/3: The top is now free!
  • Apply a gentle twisting motion to separate the first clip.

  • Do the same with the other side.

  • The top is now free!

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  • Be mindful of the three cables still connecting the two halves.

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Image 1/2: The rubber pad should still be in the controller somewhere (happy hunting) or if you're not in the mood for hide and seek any kind of foam will work as a replacement. Image 2/2: The rubber pad should still be in the controller somewhere (happy hunting) or if you're not in the mood for hide and seek any kind of foam will work as a replacement.
  • Here's our problem, the rubber pad has fallen off of the plastic stop leaving only the glue behind.

  • The rubber pad should still be in the controller somewhere (happy hunting) or if you're not in the mood for hide and seek any kind of foam will work as a replacement.

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Conclusion

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

Jonathan

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