= I have this dualsense that has drift and I wanted to sell it, but I don't know what the correct value would be, for you? =


Contact Playstation, go to the technician and they change the joystick for a new one. I had problems with the R2 that had lost resistance and what I told you at the beginning happened

I would have to try, obviously I prefer to pay for a repair than to buy a new one
This is the second time this has happened to me, bah, at first it was drifting, they gave me a new one and now the L2 is loose, I'm going to have to contact me The ps5 joysticks arenot even the Xbox series joystick drama still and it's already almost 1 year
What are you doing old man, I tell you the same thing they told you above, I also failed the Joystick that I had with the R2, I took it to the official Sony technician, I don't know if you are from Bs As but in Almagro there is one, who doesn't even ask you and they give you a new one, also when they give you the same one they give you a voucher that renews the guarantee for 1 more year, I changed both controls because unfortunately I bought it from the console and they came out terrible, but this version I had no problems

The truth was that there were so many who told me that the truth is what I am seeing now, do you have the address/number of that place? Now I was about to call one that Sony leaves as an authorized location that is here in downtown
EDIT: do you know if this is it? TECHNIC SUC ALMAGRO Av. Rivadavia 4240 (1205), Almagro CABA, Buenos Aires
Repair categories Audio, TV, Video, Cameras, Reception of Alpha and PlayStation Cameras

Tel. 4958-1884 Mail. [email protected] Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m

Notsomeone haha, sell it like "it has a drift, that's why half comes out"
If you can't communicate with Playstation, and you can't find someone to fix it for you:
You can open it, clean the component with isopropyl alcohol and a swab (not cotton, a material that does not leave threads or fibers)

The contact that reads the analog is stained with a kind of rubber that the component has (and due to use), that generates the drift

I did it recently, it's a gem. There are several videos on youtube about it and it is not specifically difficult, you just have to do it carefully

The truth is that I don't mind opening it and touching it because I've never done anything like that, I went to the Sony page (obviously they don't give you anything like a phone number) but following the repair support steps, it showed me the list of authorized places to repairs, although it doesn't inspire all the faith in me I prefer to call one of these places, let them do what you tell me it's so easy and if they do it wrong they replace it, I'll see how I do Thanks
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