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Xbox 360 Wired Controller Disassembly


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We begin with an X-acto and a Phillips #1 driver.  Make a hole through the serial number barcode to remove the 7th screw
Once those have been removed lay the controller face down on the table and remove the bottom that is facing up and raise the controller away from the face plate, this leaves all the buttons in their appropriate spots.
You should now have something like this
from here the front can be further broken down to allow cleaning of buttons if necessary
Buttons look pretty familiar if you have seen original xbox controller buttons, save for the one new logo domed button.  Also note the back and start buttons are now the same identical button and can be interchanged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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