Utilisez ce tutoriel pour détacher la carte mère des coques avant et arrière.

  1. À l'aide d'un tournevis Phillips #00, retirez les quatre vis de 6,0 mm qui maintiennent en place le capot arrière de la manette.
    • À l'aide d'un tournevis Phillips #00, retirez les quatre vis de 6,0 mm qui maintiennent en place le capot arrière de la manette.

    • Ne dévissez pas complètement les vis car cela risque d'endommager les pas de celles-ci.

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  2. Commencez par le côté gauche :
    • Commencez par le côté gauche :

      • Pincez le côté gauche de la manette pour créer une ouverture.

      • Insérez un outil en plastique dans l'ouverture et coulissez-le jusqu'au joystick.

      • Appuyez sur l'outil en plastique afin d'ouvrir la coque.

    • Répétez ces étapes pour le côté droit.

    Shoulders are where L1/L2/R1/R2 are, not the %#*@ handles. Confusing instructions.

    foxhoundunit89 - Réponse

    Quick tip: Be VERY careful at this step not to dislodge the tiny spring attached to the L2/R2 buttons. While removing the cover, it's easy to pull off either L2/R2 button. Inadvertently pulling off either button will also remove the tiny spring as well. While not too difficult to reassemble, it's not obvious where the spring goes as the spring is almost completely hidden along the side of the button (on the inside).

    I just successfully completed analog stick replacements for two controllers. I completed the first repair without any trouble but managed to dislodge (and almost lose) the spring on the second time around. Needless to say, I spent some time trying to figure out where the spring is supposed to go (no photos of this anywhere). By sheer luck, I figured it out on my own. :)

    Good luck and take your time--especially the first time!

    Michael Whang - Réponse

    couldn't have posted pics for me? :D

    kimsballs -

    Golden tip but I would add a thing or two.

    Most probably both triggers R1&R2 will stay in lower half of the pad case with springs hanging there.

    You must take them of their lower case sockets before assembly and fit them bellow L1&L2

    When you feel click when fitting them and spring works like on normal assembled pad you're done.

    If thats not the case do not try to assemble lower casing half as triggers will not work properly.

    Simon -

    if you lost the springs unfortunately, the triggers would still work but it is harder to get to the precise digital press. In other words you will have hard time to create a light press than a hard press.

    meaningless -

    • Pour ouvrir la manette, insérez un outil en plastique et appuyez dessus au niveau des boutons suivants :

      • Le bouton Share

      • Le bouton Options

    • Séparez les deux parties de la coque de la manette. N'oubliez pas que ces deux ensembles sont encore maintenus par les nappes de connexion des cartes électroniques!

    • Trois pièces se détachent souvent de la manette. Pour éviter de les perdre, maintenez un espace de travail propre et organisé.

      • 2 ressorts de gâchette

      • 1 extension en plastique du bouton Reset

    You can't just pull the casing halves apart. There is a plastic bar that is part of the casing and separates the L1 and R1 buttons from the L2 and R2 buttons. To get this loose, pull the casing outward perpendicular to the L and R buttons until you can slide the L2 and R2 buttons from behind the plastic bar.

    dzturbd - Réponse

    SO yesterday replaced the thumb stick on my controller, and now the R2 button is stuck, know any way to remedy this?

    ScootsMcgoots -

    I know you put a warning, but I lost the grey reset button extension. Any idea where to get a replacement part?

    miamiman77 - Réponse

    Hey, not even sure when you wrote this, but wanted to share my solution for this problem. I lost one of my reset button rubber pieces when I was doing a different repair, and found that a standard bamboo skewer is just about the perfect diameter to function as a replacement. Just cut it to the proper length and you should be able to get it in there and get your reset functionality back.

    tcbrekke -

    You don't really need it. A long paper clip will work fine.

    Ron Smith - Réponse

    I've removed and changed all buttons all seemed ok but now the options and share button don't work, as in when I pressed them down there is no longer a click (bounce) I'm certain it's back in the correct place and I don't think they can be put the wrong way up, does anyone have any advice please :)

    Rachel - Réponse

    My share button stopped 'clicking'. When I stripped the controller down I noticed a small copper coloured dimple on the motherboard was depressed instead of proud like the one for the options button. With bluetack I was able to pull it out but each time I tested it with my finger it clicked once and stayed depressed. I don't think there is a permanent solution to this as it's probably metal fatigue or similar so i put a tiny bit of blue tack overy the dimple so the plunger could push that bit further and hopefully pull it out each time. Seems to work as I reassemble the controller. Fingers crossed it holds out a while! I'd love to know if someone else had a different solution.

    The5HD -

    I had an extra part, and it wasn’t gray. Thank goodness for the picture of the black one. It’s rubbery. The small end should be inserted down towards the gold colored spot. It’s next to the word RESET on the mobo.

    J Coyote - Réponse

    When reassembling: If, like me, your R2/L2 buttons stayed with the bottom of the controller when you took it apart, it will be impossible to reassemble and get the tiny springs back in place.

    To remedy, remove the buttons, and attach them, with the springs correctly placed, to the top of the controller. There are two tiny grooves, one on the button, and one on the controller top, into which the spring fits.

    Jeff Human - Réponse

    Jeff, we owe you a six pack for this comment.

    James Goldie -

    Thank You!! The spring came out and I looked for a way to reinsert it. So I led a thread through its opening (so it couldn´t jump away), and compressed it with pliers. So it was easy to put it in.

    VauWeh -

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    • Retirez la vis cruciforme #00 6 mm qui se trouve derrière le boîtier de la batterie.

    • Ne pas forcez lors du desserrage de la vis, car cela pourrait endommager de façon permanente le pas de vis et donc rendre le démontage impossible.

    Hello. I got a new graffiti controller (without hardware) and i wanted to switch my parts in the graffiti one. I have a PS4 Controller. Not a slim. But it seems like my motherboard screw is on the other side.. its on the right side of the motherboard and my graffiti is on the left.. what controller do i need to fix this?

    TheTechnoMan - Réponse

    • Détachez délicatement la nappe du pavé tactile connectée à la carte mère à l'aide d'une pincette émoussée. Cette nappe est maintenue par un clapet qui s'ouvre pour déconnecter ou raccorder la nappe. Pour reconnecter la nappe durant le remontage, vous devez retirer délicatement le support plastique de la carte mère et ouvrir le clapet.

    Be very careful when you detach the touchpad ribbon. You could disconnect the other end that is inside the touchpad. In fact I would recommend you use a plastic spudger to release the clips on the sides of the battery holder, and then lift the latch to the ZIF socket of the touchpad. If your touchpad is not working upon reassembly, then the other end of the ribbon cable my have came loose in the touchpad. Use a plastic opening tool to remove the back of the touchpad, and lift the brown latch of the ZIF socket and reinsert.

    Patrick - Réponse

    thanks for the advice

    TMC -

    currently doing this and have found the desoldering part the most difficult. i purchased a 40w solder on sale and attempted to remove with flux and wick to no avail. a buddy of mine tried with his station and no dice. at this point im thinking the contacts are lead? any advice?

    swammieslippyslappy -

    So the springs are annoying couldn't see were you talk about these as it's very fiddly to do the last step of putting it back together. Not just a reverse of taking it apart!

    Frank Theplank - Réponse

    I concur. The springs are the worst part of this job. It would be nice if someone edited this to add some tricks for reassembly.

    raysmalley -

    You just have to put the r2/l2 buttons on the top side. There's a space around that white rubber thing where you can just snap them in. So that you have all the shoulder buttons together before putting the 2 parts back together.

    Flow Von D -

    Tilt your controller and trigger so the triggers are pointing to the ground it stops the spring popping out so much place spring inside the trigger and clip on thats how i do it anyway :) the touchpad is my problem area replaced my stick covers and now it just doesnt work at all :(

    drwhatfunk -

    Thank you for this recommendation. Made disassembly SO much smoother.

    jeninholland02 - Réponse

    What I did for the Springs was place the spring on the button. Turned the button to where the spring is up on top then attached the button to the controller this helps keep the spring in place as you reattach it that is really the only trick that I found to it.

    Matthew Luna - Réponse

    • Retirez soigneusement l'ensemble de la carte mère de la coque avant.

      • Les vibreurs sont attachés de façon lâche à l'ensemble carte mère. Prenez-les en main aux extrémités pour les séparer facilement.

    • Une fois l'ensemble carte mère retiré, essayez de ne pas retourner la coque avant, car les boutons et leurs caches risquent de tomber.

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    • Le démontage réussi de la manette résulte en les trois parties suivantes, respectivement :

      • L'ensemble carte mère

      • La coque avant

      • La coque arrière

    One day my R2 trigger refused to work all in a sudden. The second day it spread to my square button. I dissembled the controller to this step and found some liquid between the green motherboard and the black plastic holding it. I should not have bought a second-hand especially for a launch version. Anyways I cleaned it up and it still didn't work. I then went to ebay and bought a new motherboard. Basically it is a piece of delicate plastic like PCB. It is held in place by 3 plastic columns and 3 gaps for sliding underneath both triggers and the touch pad. Sorry for no pictures but a careful removal of the old one would give you the best illustration of how to put the new one back. First remove the rubber pads of the triggers, which allows you to slide in the PCB. Then there are another 2 small plastic columns at the back of the gap near the touch pad. There is no need to detach the rotors. A pair of tweezers would help greatly. My controller now works perfectly like new and thanks to the author.

    meaningless - Réponse


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So my controller decided to stop charging (still stayed on until the battery completely dained) a couple weeks ago so I bought a new charging port and ribbon and replaced it put it all back together just for it to work the same not charging but on so I figured maybe it was the battery all along but this time I took my other new controller apart so I could test the battery by connecting it to the new controller to see if it will take charge which they would take charge on the new controller but when I took the new ones and put it in the old on it still wouldn't take charge I have no Idea what else to do everything else works it just won't charge even the light is still on but if I keep it connected to a USB cable it will stay on since the battery was dead but the battery status remains the same.

Archie Roberta - Réponse

there is a new and different version out (looks the same) different internals - anyone got one to show us? (Model = CUH-ZCT1E?)

Russ - Réponse

How do you put back the touchpad? That $@$* Is a &&^&^$^ paradox.

Modern Retro Gaming - Réponse

The top of the touchpad that has the groove has to be inserted at the part where the bottom of the touchpad is normally. Then you you move it up and you can wiggle it through the arc. After that it fits snugly like it supposed to.

Rick -

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