Microsoft Game Console and Controller Controllers
Replacement parts for your Microsoft Game Console model to fix your broken console!
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Parts that work with Microsoft Game Console and Controller:
Xbox One Controller Joystick Cover
Replace a broken or worn out joystick cover for your Xbox One Controller with this part. This part is the plastic cover knob that fits over the joystick mechanism. This i...
Xbox One Controller (1537 and 1697) Action Button Covers
Set of four lettered and color coded external button covers
Xbox Series X Controller Joystick Covers
Replace two controller joystick covers compatible with Xbox Series X model RRT-00010 and RRT-00013 gaming console controllers. Fix issues like a loose, ripped, or missing...
Xbox One Controller (1697) Rear Panel
Replace a damaged rear panel.
Xbox Series X Controller Midframe Assembly
Replace a midframe assembly in your controller compatible with Xbox Series X gaming consoles. This assembly includes the joystick switches, buttons, triggers, and vibrati...
Xbox One Controller (1708) Midframe Assembly
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning main circuit board assembly for a model 1708 Xbox One Controller. This assembly includes the plastic midframe and vibration motors.
Xbox One Elite Controller (1698) Midframe Assembly
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning controller midframe and joystick control board with right and left vibration motors for an Xbox One Elite Controller model 1698.
Xbox One Elite Controller (1698) Bumper Assembly
Replace a damaged bumper assembly.
Xbox One Elite Controller (1698) Action Buttons
Replace a set of damaged action buttons.
Xbox One Elite Controller (1698) Front Panel
Replace a damaged front panel.
Microsoft entered the game console market with the Xbox in 2001. The Xbox was replaced with the Xbox 360 in 2005, and updated to become the 360 S in 2010.
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