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  1. Unscrew the four 6.5mm screws, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver. Pry the two halves of the shell apart using a plastic opening tool. Be careful, as there will be a ribbon connecting the inner workings of the controller. It will not separate into two parts just by pulling apart the shell.
    • Unscrew the four 6.5mm screws, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver.

    • Pry the two halves of the shell apart using a plastic opening tool.

    • Be careful, as there will be a ribbon connecting the inner workings of the controller. It will not separate into two parts just by pulling apart the shell.

    When re-asembling, be careful to check that all buttons/triggers are moving correctly. They can get misaligned when prying the two shell halves apart.

    Tale Spinner - Replica

    This part is missing vital information on how to correctly pry the case open. In the 3rd picture you can see there is actually damaged/broken clip already. In order to open the case without damage to the plastic clips inside the controller holding the plastics together you need to insert thin piece of metal between the trigger buttons on each side and push the clip outwards before trying to separate the parts, and if done correctly there is no force needed to pry open the controller. There is actually no necessary need for the clips, but if you want to keep your controller in mint condition without voiding the warranty, take care not to break these clips.

    Ville Närhi - Replica

    Your advice for opening shell was so bad and harmful.

    It's not correct

    Kiarash Moallemi - Replica

    And two more tiny clips to the left and right of the headphone & EXT port. They’re VERY delicate, reckless prying WILL break at least ONE of these.

    Strings Cat - Replica

  2. Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers. Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers. Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers.
    • Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers.

    If you just want to change the battery, this step is not necessary; it can be done without disconnecting the ribbon cable.

    Tale Spinner - Replica

  3. Unplug the black and red wires from the power port located on the motherboard. Remove the old battery from the controller. Remove the old battery from the controller.
    • Unplug the black and red wires from the power port located on the motherboard.

    • Remove the old battery from the controller.

    Be extra careful - the power port socket pulled loose from the motherboard for me. I would suggest holding down the socket itself with one tool and gradually loosening the plug from the port.

    tylertemple - Replica

    Hey i have a question. When i plug my usb into the port the yellow color shows and that means its charging right? Because i left it overnight and i for sure know that it was yellow the whole time. But it didnt charge a single bit.

    Help - Replica

  4. Remove the 6.43mm screw connecting the motherboard to the inner workings of the controller, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver. Remove the 6.43mm screw connecting the motherboard to the inner workings of the controller, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver.
    • Remove the 6.43mm screw connecting the motherboard to the inner workings of the controller, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver.

    this and the last step arnt necessary you just put the battery back and connect all of it up

    Joe Flores - Replica

  5. Unhook the battery case from the motherboard, and pull it off. Unhook the battery case from the motherboard, and pull it off. Unhook the battery case from the motherboard, and pull it off.
    • Unhook the battery case from the motherboard, and pull it off.

  6. Pull out the second CPU ribbon to separate the inner workings from the top of the outer shell. Pull out the second CPU ribbon to separate the inner workings from the top of the outer shell. Pull out the second CPU ribbon to separate the inner workings from the top of the outer shell.
    • Pull out the second CPU ribbon to separate the inner workings from the top of the outer shell.

  7. Pry the button from the controller using the plastic opening tool. Slide the tool between the buttons. There will be a tab you can push in to remove the button. If too much force is applied, the button could go flying upon separating. Try not to force the buttons too much. If too much force is applied, the button could go flying upon separating. Try not to force the buttons too much.
    • Pry the button from the controller using the plastic opening tool. Slide the tool between the buttons. There will be a tab you can push in to remove the button.

    • If too much force is applied, the button could go flying upon separating. Try not to force the buttons too much.

  8. Insert the plastic opening tool into the space created when the button is pressed down. Make sure the tool is situated directly in the center of the space, before attempting to pry the button out. Insert the plastic opening tool into the space created when the button is pressed down. Make sure the tool is situated directly in the center of the space, before attempting to pry the button out.
    • Insert the plastic opening tool into the space created when the button is pressed down. Make sure the tool is situated directly in the center of the space, before attempting to pry the button out.

Conclusione

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

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4 Commenti

Is it possible to replace the zct2u triggers with custom 1st gen triggers? It seems like the only major difference is the extra piece on the latest models to prevent losing the trigger.

FTC Gaming - Replica

Does this stops the issue I have that is when I press L2, my character sometimes goes forward, like the L2 would be creating contact with the left directional going forward option.

Erick Xavier - Replica

My controller lost the R1, so I need to buy one to replace it. After pulling apart my controller, I noticed the back of the L1 button looks different (the plastic connection pieces are completely different) than the photos in your directions. Are there different types of shoulder buttons available? Or is it that my controller is a different generation? If so, do you supply the pieces for this controller type?

Corbin - Replica

Hey, can you explain the differences between the V1 and V2 Trigger buttons, they are different. I stepped on the R2 button and it ripped out the R2 button and damaged the housing (my father is the trades guy, obviously).

I don’t know if it’s worth fixing, or if I should just buy a new controller.

Andrew Ahmed - Replica

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