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Repair documentation for the updated Sony PlayStation 5 DualSense controller. Model number: CFI-ZCT1W FCC ID: AK8CFIZCT1A

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Duelsense Stick Sometimes Drifting?

My right stick sometimes drifts. Not sure why. I’ve replaced the disc inside the potentiometer (with a known good disc) a couple times and the problem consists.

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Here the problem is this. At the factory after the thumbstick modules are installed, each individual controller is then hard calibrated in it's own individual chip. Because graphene based pots are never precisely accurate. You can get brand spanking new pots and they are "perfectly fine" but because that individual controller was calibrated for the pots that were originally installed.......those new pots won't work "correctly". This can result in drift and or game breaking outer circularity errors ( example: tilting all the way but the character only walks instead of run).

Since (unlike Nintendo) Sony does not give us a way to recalibrate on the software side, it's a game of hit and miss til we find a pot that "agrees" with that individual controller. There exists "drift correction" flex board units with small pots you can install that give you some control over fine tuning but I recommend against those because they always mess up the outer circularity (take from the outside to give to the inside).

Personally I no longer do stick drift repairs using graphene based potentiometers. I just junk those in the trash and install Hall Effect modules. Hall Effect modules can be calibrated at the hardware level and won't (in theory at least) ever drift again. I have also as of yet never come across a Hall Effect module that had game breaking outer circularity errors. Consider ditching the graphene and going Hall Effect.

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Thanks a lot! I haven’t been able to find any Hall Effect sticks for PS5 and even if I did, I can’t solder. Do you think replacing the contact pad with the graphite on it would fix it if I used the disc that it comes with? The replacements came from Amazon, if that matters.

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Currently the only place to get Hall Effect for ps5 currently that I know of is directly from China. No, you can't replace the graphene. You have to de-solder the potentiometer and install a new one. Which is why it's just better to go Hall Effect and be done with it all.

The disc you are referring to is the wiper. In my experience it's almost never the wiper that's at fault. 98% of the time it's the graphene has worn away. Sometimes, but rarely, cleaning the pot out with some isopropyl alcohol (71% or higher)and a q-tip can fix drift, for a bit. This can only work IF the reason for the drift is debris interfering with the wiper. Rare but worth a try. Usually that debris is the graphene particles because the graphene is rubbing away due to the friction from the wiper scraping it. Good luck.

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