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  1. You can remove the side panels with a pry tool. You don't need to remove the rubber.  The rubber on this controller was already bad
    • You can remove the side panels with a pry tool.

    • You don't need to remove the rubber. The rubber on this controller was already bad

  2. Remove the 5 Torx Security Bit (TR8) screws
    • Remove the 5 Torx Security Bit (TR8) screws

  3. Pry the panel next to the 3.5mm port Be careful to not rip the ribbon shown in the next step Be careful to not rip the ribbon shown in the next step
    • Pry the panel next to the 3.5mm port

    • Be careful to not rip the ribbon shown in the next step

  4. Be careful to not rip the ribbon cable You can pop the connector up to remove the ribbon easily
    • Be careful to not rip the ribbon cable

    • You can pop the connector up to remove the ribbon easily

    • Ribbon Cable

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  6. Remove the 2 Torx (T6) screws
    • Remove the 2 Torx (T6) screws

  7. Desolder the 4 wires on each side, these control the vibrations and the RT LT Desolder the 4 wires on each side, these control the vibrations and the RT LT
    • Desolder the 4 wires on each side, these control the vibrations and the RT LT

  8. Pull up from the "top" side of the controller on the sister board. Pull up from the "top" side of the controller on the sister board.
    • Pull up from the "top" side of the controller on the sister board.

  9. Be Careful to not lose the sync button Pry the middle section up from the home button side. This will also remove the LB and RB which is a single part
    • Be Careful to not lose the sync button

    • Pry the middle section up from the home button side.

    • This will also remove the LB and RB which is a single part

  10. Unscrew the 6 Torx (T6) screws Unscrew the 6 Torx (T6) screws
    • Unscrew the 6 Torx (T6) screws

  11. Desolder the original LED from the motherboard of the controller. Do this for both sides of the LED until all of the old solder is removed.
    • Desolder the original LED from the motherboard of the controller. Do this for both sides of the LED until all of the old solder is removed.

    • Solder on your new LED.

    • Make sure it is installed the same direction as the old LED, or you can burn out the new LED.

结论

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

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EasyAsABC123

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So question I’m having troubles with my elite controller every time I go to plug it in and the charging port in the back of the controller it starts to smoke what’s my problem

Dustin Dykstra - 回复

It sounds like it could be a lot of things…

smoke is obvious a dead stop (stop plugging it in until you repair it).

I would first check the charge port and make sure it is firmly attached if it isn’t you can easily replace the usb port. Next it could be the mainboard charging circuit. if it is this…replace the controller is likely the ideal solution.

EasyAsABC123 -

I was looking to do this mod for fun. Do you have or know where I can get the led part number? A schematic or bom would be nice. Thanks

Clayton Armagost - 回复

Thank you. I ordered them so we will see what happens.

Clayton Armagost -

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