If your Xbox One Wireless Controller has a malfunctioning thumbstick and you cannot properly navigate around your Xbox One, see the Xbox One Wireless Controller Has Malfunctioning Thumbsticks problem page for possible problems and solutions.
Every controller stick has what's called a "dead zone" and that's the area that the controller’s position is registered as 0 or no movement.
Over time and with use, the stick’s idle position will drift out of the dead zone, an indicator of this is if it seems loose and moves easily, and will seem to move position on its own because the hardware detects the stick is out of the dead zone.
There are all kinds of novel solutions, like supergluing elastic bands to the inside to counter the drift and hitting them straight down with a hammer... I don't recommend it.
Unfortunately, the only real solution is to replace the stick and its board-level hardware, you'll need a soldering iron.
Fortunately, they're quite cheap I couldn't recommend this particular product because I've never bought one myself, and I reckon you could shop around and get a bargain somewhere.
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da wee Ymm
I have the exact same problem, but I don’t know how to fix it
da - TheOfficialEight -
i have this problem too on both sticks
da Justin Poovathingal
This will not Void the warranty. Opening the controler WILL. Best thing is get several Q-Tips and alcohol. Soak in AL then push down in the opening of the JS. Do it several times and getting that alcohol in there. Move your JS back and for a lot. Repeat. Keep doing that for about 4-5 Q-Tips . Remembering to move the JS all around right after the AL goes into the JS. Alcohol evaporates quickly, so let air dry for a little bit and that should help. If it doesn't, but it is better, then do it all over again until it fixes it. If it doesn't help at all you will either need a new controller or to open up the control and cleaning and fixing that way. But, opening the control Voids warranties. So if still under warranty, do not open. ASK FOR replacement. Hope this helps.
Do you think nail polish remover would work to?
da Bealuo Six
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