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abuobaid.deia
Brantford, ON
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August 20, 2011 - 5:30 pm
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my controller was working fine, i have never dropped it or never did any damage to it, all of the sudden it stops working (the green light doesnt turn on) i opened it up but nothing seemed to be broken, can anyone please help, reply to this email deiaabuobaid@hotmail.com  

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earthsea
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August 20, 2011 - 6:16 pm
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I had the same problem once after I Purchased some rechargeable batteries from China that were a touch tight fitting in the controller. I solved the problem by using a very small screw driver and levering the battery from the negative end towards the positive end. I concluded that the spring in the controller was not strong enough to push the two batteries across to the positive terminal. Try this until the green light comes on. If this doesn't work then I guess you had better go back to the drawing board. good luck...

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August 21, 2011 - 3:04 pm
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@abuodbaird.deia Hi-Earthsea has posted a good point- have you checked out what he said did it help?

"I had the same problem once after I Purchased some rechargeable batteries from China that were a touch tight fitting in the controller. I solved the problem by using a very small screw driver and levering the battery from the negative end towards the positive end. I concluded that the spring in the controller was not strong enough to push the two batteries across to the positive terminal. Try this until the green light comes on. If this doesn't work then I guess you had better go back to the drawing board. good luck…"

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