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-@ob1_ketony …from what you are describing…being able to use the controller while plugged in as long as a good connection is made….sounds like it could definitely use a fresh solder joint at the connector if not the connector itself. that being said… your issue sounds like it is a battery fault. typically, a battery will be between 3.7v and 4.2v. the upper being fully charged and the lower needing charge. any lower than the 3.7v would be considered a dead battery. this could be a bad cell or it just deminished enough that it needs a boost up to the 3.7v to get the internal circutry to charge itself again. here is a guide to test this:
+@ob1_ketony …from what you are describing…being able to use the controller while plugged in as long as a good connection is made sounds like it could definitely use a fresh solder joint at the connector if not the connector itself.… here is a guide for replacing this:
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+https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/DualShock+4+CHU-ZCT2U+Charging+Port+Replacement/99488
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+ that being said… your issue sounds like it is a battery fault. typically, a battery will be between 3.7v and 4.2v. the upper being fully charged and the lower needing charge. any lower than the 3.7v would be considered a dead battery. this could be a bad cell or it just deminished enough that it needs a boost up to the 3.7v to get the internal circutry to charge itself again. here is a guide to test this:
[guide|5539]
however, this is a warrantied device and i would bring it back as this may just be the start of potentially future issues. that being said, if you find that the battery is lower than the 3.7v, you can use a power supply to force voltage into the battery to boost it up (can find a guide online) or just purchase and replace the battery for the controller. you can find a guide and part for that here:
[guide|99891]
please post back with your findings and any other assistance if needed

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편집자: jostewcrew ,

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@ob1_ketony …from what you are describing…being able to use the controller while plugged in as long as a good connection is made….sounds like it could definitely use a fresh solder joint at the connector if not the connector itself. that being said… your issue sounds like it is a battery fault. typically, a battery will be between 3.7v and 4.2v. the upper being fully charged and the lower needing charge. any lower than the 3.7v would be considered a dead battery. this could be a bad cell or it just deminished enough that it needs a boost up to the 3.7v to get the internal circutry to charge itself again. here is a guide to test this:
[guide|5539]
however, this is a warrantied device and i would bring it back as this may just be the start of potentially future issues. that being said, if you find that the battery is lower than the 3.7v, you can use a power supply to force voltage into the battery to boost it up (can find a guide online) or just purchase and replace the battery for the controller. you can find a guide and part for that here:
[guide|99891]
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+please post back with your findings and any other assistance if needed

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원문 게시자: jostewcrew ,

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@ob1_ketony …from what you are describing…being able to use the controller while plugged in as long as a good connection is made….sounds like it could definitely use a fresh solder joint at the connector if not the connector itself. that being said… your issue sounds like it is a battery fault. typically, a battery will be between 3.7v and 4.2v. the upper being fully charged and the lower needing charge. any lower than the 3.7v would be considered a dead battery. this could be a bad cell or it just deminished enough that it needs a boost up to the 3.7v to get the internal circutry to charge itself again. here is a guide to test this:

[guide|5539]

however, this is a warrantied device and i would bring it back as this may just be the start of potentially future issues. that being said, if you find that the battery is lower than the 3.7v, you can use a power supply to force voltage into the battery to boost it up (can find a guide online) or just purchase and replace the battery for the controller. you can find a guide and part for that here:

[guide|99891]

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