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smalltownguy2

Handyman Special - 9 Xbox Controllers

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I've just spent the better part of a weekend doing Xbox controller repairs, and my hands are killing me. I've repaired enough, it's time to let the rest of these go.

Here we have what's left of my repair pile - 6 S-controllers, and three 3rd party controllers. None of them work properly. Most of them just need cord repair. Some of them have been opened. The green one is pretty much trashed.

There's enough meat left on the bones left here to make at least 3-6 working controllers, depending on how much repair you want to do.

$25 shipped CONUS via USPS Priority Mail Large Flat rate box.

Thanks for looking!

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Other than the fact that it doesn't work? LOL

There's no major cosmetic damage that I can see. I'm sure it's just a cord issue. 90% of the controllers I fixed this weekend (about 2 dozen of them) were all that way.

I'm just too lazy to get these last few done. Besides, I have more than enough spares now to go with the boxes I'll be selling.

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44 minutes ago, Brennyg Davies said:

How much for green Microsoft controller ? I can chuck internals from a black one in there. Then I will have two green controllers for my halo Xbox.

Trust me, you don't want it. All of the screw posts in that green shell are broken.

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