Why do my controllers keep disconnecting?

I've done countless Google searches and scoured this thread, and I've seen some recent posts to this thread with a few replies so I'm hoping this gets noticed. So I have a few controllers, 2 of them work pretty well, and 2 of them don't work so well. I am absolutely positive this is not an issue caused by the battery contacts as every single thread on similar issues seem to suggest. Whenever there is a button press or stick movement my controller will disconnect and then cycle and reconnect after an unreasonable amount of time. I don't know the ages of the controllers because I just don't have that kind of memory, but the two that have consistent issues are the classic white and grey, and then the black, and the two that work are new(er) models I think. I have taken them apart, so the possibility that I might have done some small damage is possible, but I wouldn't know what to look for if I did because I took them apart a while ago.

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More often than not I find this issue to be cause by worn out battery shell internal contacts. Have you tried taking the battery packs from the controllers that are working just fine and put them in the controllers that aren't?

Very important: did you tried the controllers on a different console? Just to make sure where we need to focus on.

I don't have a way to test on another console, it very well could be the console, I wouldn't know how to check

@rebtech not the battery packs, not only have I confirmed the battery packs are all fully operational, but the controllers will stay connected even when in reasonable motion, but when any buttons are pressed (it may be the analog sticks, I can't troubleshoot what exactly causes it) it will THEN disconnect, even if sat connected idle for 5 minutes

Could be multiple things tho. Analog sticks or motherboard related. It’s hard to say at the moment. Could you post a video? Thanks in advance!

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