1. You can remove the side panels with a pry tool.
    • You can remove the side panels with a pry tool.

    • You don't need to remove the rubber. The rubber on this controller was already bad

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  2. Remove the 5 Torx Security Bit (TR8) screws
    • Remove the 5 Torx Security Bit (TR8) screws

    all the T8 screws on my controller have a clear filling in them, WTF?!?!?

    Patrick Henry - Reply

    all my T8 screws have a clear filling in them, WTF?!?!?!

    Patrick Henry - Reply

    I've never seen that, I can't advise much other than scrapping it out with an xacto knife

    EasyAsABC123 - Reply

    My screws have a tiny metal pin in the center. Looks like I need a TR8 bit, not a T8. This might be what you are mistaking for a clear filling.

    Steve McGinn - Reply

    Thanks it might be TR8 i’ll update the guide

    EasyAsABC123 - Reply

    • Pry the panel next to the 3.5mm port

    • Be careful to not rip the ribbon shown in the next step

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    • Be careful to not rip the ribbon cable

    • You can pop the connector up to remove the ribbon easily

    • Ribbon Cable

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    • Remove the 2 Torx (T6) screws

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    • Desolder the 4 wires on each side, these control the vibrations and the RT LT

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    • Pull up from the "top" side of the controller on the sister board.

    Hi,

    I would like to know if I could get from you a Motherboard . In case you don' t have it, where could I find one?

    Thank you

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Conclusion

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

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