The circuit board connects all the components within the controller and provides structural support for buttons, sticks, and chips.


Não são necessárias peças.

Place the controller (buttons down) on a solid surface.
  • Place the controller (buttons down) on a solid surface.

  • Remove the six 9.2mm Tri-wing Y0 screws that hold the back panel in place.

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Gently lift the back panel up, separating it from the front panel.
  • Gently lift the back panel up, separating it from the front panel.

  • Some of the buttons may fall out if they are knocked around.

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  • Grab the Z-button by the peg with tweezers and lift it out of the controller.

  • During re-assembly, make sure the plastic rim and spring fit into the slot provided, or else the case will not shut.

So how do you put it back in like the replacement because I have a controller I'm working a junker my Friend gave me and I'm trying to fix it the z button doesn't work here it's a pelican wireless controller it's actually not to bad bulky but not bad

Justin Sebastian - Responder

  • Carefully unhook the cable that is looped around the peg.

Um can soneone explain the peg and cable part? I dont understand it...

Tyler Goamez - Responder

I would say that the cable is somehow "hooked" to the case and you have to get the cable away from the case so that you can pull out the board

My1 -

  • Lift the circuit board out of the controller.

    • Do not grab the rumble motor to lift the circuit board as shown in the picture. It will in many cases just remove the rumble motor. Instead, grab the edges of the board.

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

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this $@$* only shows how to disassemble the controller, this isnt a guide to even get the circuid board off the cable &&^&^$^ useless pieces of $@$* lmao

jmride - Responder

Yeah this isn't very in-depth, I was hoping for a little more. I need to desolder and rewire the buttons to use for another project and I was hoping this might be a nice guide to help me do that... it's not.

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