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Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

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I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.

Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do any significant repairs is I know how unreliable the 1537/1697 controllers tend to be. My experience with both series is that they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, whis is when they finally got it right. Mine isn't as bad as some we've  seen here before but it's showing early signs of the same  problem I keep seeing crop up. On top of that, the faceplate on mine has a screw hole crack, so it's forever one less screw without a new faceplate. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can be a non issue or impact the controller. However, it is always present to a point.

Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed it in one of the game menus on my PC games because I needed to charge my 1708 controller. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.

1697:

[image|1586596]

1708 (Repaired):

[image|1586597]

Is there a way I can improve the situation to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have 4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

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Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

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편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way ofany significant repairs is I know how awfulunreliable the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durabilitytend to be. My experience with both series is that they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, whis is when they finally got it right. It isn’t soMine isn't as bad on mine the controller is in need of repair,as some we've seen here before but it’sit's showing early signs of analog stick drift andthe same problem I keep seeing crop up. On top of that, the faceplate on mine has a crack onscrew hole crack, so it's forever one of theless screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymorewithout a new faceplate. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can vary frombe a non issue to impactingor impact the controller. However, it is always present to a point.
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way ofany significant repairs is I know how awfulunreliable the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durabilitytend to be. My experience with both series is that they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, whis is when they finally got it right. It isn’t soMine isn't as bad on mine the controller is in need of repair,as some we've seen here before but it’sit's showing early signs of analog stick drift andthe same problem I keep seeing crop up. On top of that, the faceplate on mine has a crack onscrew hole crack, so it's forever one of theless screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymorewithout a new faceplate. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can vary frombe a non issue to impactingor impact the controller. However, it is always present to a point.
 
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issuesit in one of the game menus on my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it againstcharge my repaired 17081708 controller. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issuesit in one of the game menus on my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it againstcharge my repaired 17081708 controller. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can improve the situation to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have 4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

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편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can vary from non issue to impacting the controller. However, it is always present to a point.
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can vary from non issue to impacting the controller. However, it is always present to a point.
 
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can improve the situation to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have 4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can vary from non issue to impacting the controller.
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. The amount of drift varies by how much the stick moves, so it can vary from non issue to impacting the controller.
 
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can improve the situation to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have 4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore.
 
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can reverse this problemimprove the situation to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have 4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.
Is there a way I can reverse this problemimprove the situation to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have 4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore.
 
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have some4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.
Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have some4 extra sticks (pulled from 1537 boards) I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore.
 
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708 as a reference1708. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
Since I know what it looks like, I had a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708 as a reference1708. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of it (reversible with new sticks)? I have some extra sticks I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is toast (yet)in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. Since I caught it early because

Since
I know what it looks like, I suspectedhad a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708 as a reference. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is toast (yet)in need of repair, but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. Since I caught it early because

Since
I know what it looks like, I suspectedhad a suspicion it finally happened. I noticed when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708 as a reference. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
1697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of itit (reversible with new sticks)? I have some extra sticks on hand so I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.
Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of itit (reversible with new sticks)? I have some extra sticks on hand so I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

편집 작업: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.
 
Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is toast (yet), but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. Since I caught it early because I know what it looks like, I suspected it when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708 as a reference. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.
 
15371697:
15371697:
 
[image|1586596]
 
1708 (Repaired):
 
[image|1586597]
 
Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of it? I have some extra sticks on hand so I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open

원문 게시자: Nick ,

제목:

Can I reverse some of the analog stick drift on my controller?

본문:

I’ve had this Model 1697 controller for ~27 months (2 years, 7 months) and it’s now beginning to show the typical analog drift defect I’ve personally seen on multiple 1537’s. Admittedly I was never crazy about it because the 1697 is derived from the Model 1537, but I still kept mine around because it has always worked fine.

Part of the reason I’m hesitant to do much in the way of repairs is I know how awful the 1537/1697 controllers are in terms of component durability. My experience with both series is they tend to break a lot more often then the 1708, when they finally got it right. It isn’t so bad on mine the controller is toast (yet), but it’s showing early signs of analog stick drift and the faceplate on mine has a crack on one of the screw points so I cannot install all 5 screws anymore. Since I caught it early because I know what it looks like, I suspected it when I had issues in one of my PC games in the menu because I needed it while my other controller needed to be recharged. For reference I compared it against my repaired 1708 as a reference. Both are about the same age, but I do not have a reliable estimate for the 1708 because I did a total board swap on it due to damaged traces from my first stick only repair.

1537:

[image|1586596]

1708 (Repaired):

[image|1586597]

Is there a way I can reverse this problem to get a little more life out of it? I have some extra sticks on hand so I can try the stick only again once it fails if I cannot do anything to reduce the problem as well.

기기:

Xbox One Wireless Controller 1697

현황:

open