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This guide goes through each step required to disassemble an Afterglow Prismatic Wired Controller for the Xbox One.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Afterglow Prismatic Wired Controller for Xbox One, use our service manual.

Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove the seven Phillips head screws. Separate two halves of clear casing by holding one side and lifting the other.
  • Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove the seven Phillips head screws.

  • Separate two halves of clear casing by holding one side and lifting the other.

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Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove the seven Phillips head screws. Lift motors off of controller. Lift circuit board off of controller.
  • Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove the seven Phillips head screws.

  • Lift motors off of controller.

  • Lift circuit board off of controller.

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Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove the three screws. Remove triggers by lifting them off the circuit board. Lift the circuit board off of the controller.
  • Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove the three screws.

  • Remove triggers by lifting them off the circuit board.

  • Lift the circuit board off of the controller.

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Remove the power and mute button by pulling them out. They will be loose at this point and may fall out by themselves. Remove the power and mute button by pulling them out. They will be loose at this point and may fall out by themselves. Remove the power and mute button by pulling them out. They will be loose at this point and may fall out by themselves.
  • Remove the power and mute button by pulling them out. They will be loose at this point and may fall out by themselves.

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how u clean it because i accident spill tea inside i cleaned it once it worked for a weak and it started to do it again how can i fix it please help me

Xavier Adams - Reply

a phillips #0 doesnt seem to fit into the screws.

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