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Introduction

This guide will show you how to disassemble your DualShock 4 CHU-ZCT2U controller and access the charging port for replacement.

  1. Unscrew the four 6.5mm screws, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver. Pry the two halves of the shell apart using a plastic opening tool. Be careful, as there will be a ribbon connecting the inner workings of the controller. It will not separate into two parts just by pulling apart the shell.
    • Unscrew the four 6.5mm screws, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver.

    • Pry the two halves of the shell apart using a plastic opening tool.

    • Be careful, as there will be a ribbon connecting the inner workings of the controller. It will not separate into two parts just by pulling apart the shell.

  2. Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers. Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers. Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers.
    • Pull the ribbon cable out of the motherboard port to fully separate the two halves, using a pair of tweezers.

  3. Pull the ribbon cable from the charge port, using a set of tweezers. Pull the ribbon cable from the charge port, using a set of tweezers.
    • Pull the ribbon cable from the charge port, using a set of tweezers.

  4. Grip the right hand corner of the opaque white piece  with a pair of tweezers, and pull it upwards to remove it. Grip the right hand corner of the opaque white piece  with a pair of tweezers, and pull it upwards to remove it. Grip the right hand corner of the opaque white piece  with a pair of tweezers, and pull it upwards to remove it.
    • Grip the right hand corner of the opaque white piece with a pair of tweezers, and pull it upwards to remove it.

  5. Lift the clear plastic piece up by its right hand corner. Pull it to the right to remove the bottom left hand corner from the groove. Remove the clear plastic piece. It pushes in easily.
    • Lift the clear plastic piece up by its right hand corner.

    • Pull it to the right to remove the bottom left hand corner from the groove.

    • Remove the clear plastic piece. It pushes in easily.

  6. Peel off the black sticker on the charge port, using a pair of tweezers. Unscrew the 4.50mm screw in the center of the port chip, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver. Pull the charging port out  with a pair of tweezers.
    • Peel off the black sticker on the charge port, using a pair of tweezers.

    • Unscrew the 4.50mm screw in the center of the port chip, using a Phillips-Head screwdriver.

    • Pull the charging port out with a pair of tweezers.

Conclusion

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

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Came in handy, since it’s hard enough to fix a JDM-030. Thanks!

Sunset Shimmer - Réponse

Just did this on my JDM-030 (3rd generation DS4) as well. I would point out that the charge port for the JDM-030 (JDS-030?) looks slightly different and has more of a T-shape than the JDS-040, but aside from that, the instructions are functionally the same.

I will lastly add that having good tweezers is a must: the tweezers my jeweler’s drivers came with were crap and I had to go to the store to buy another pair. Make sure your equipment is solid before assembly.

Rob Barba - Réponse

Can The JDS 040 work in a controller that uses the JDS 030?

RandyH - Réponse

Tried to replace my usb port with a board that reads “1-981-33-31” from amazon. It was listed as JDS-40 and it does not work. In fact when plugged into a usb port on my laptop the ribbon cable gets noticeably hot but the controller will not power on.

Devin Sidell - Réponse

Got the same problem. Any idea?

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