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  1. taylorgreen
    01-30-2013 07:51 PM
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    I easily remedied the first two with a thorough PS3 Controller cleaning and a screw from my screw wireless controller collection. The third will be repaired with some help from my friend EBAY. Finally the last one was a little tricky. I think the charging issue might be due to some liquid damage. I measure the voltage when plugged into a USB adapter and best china tablet noticed that instead of a nice 5V, I was getting a PS3 Chargers unstable 2V. This explains why the PS3 complains about too much current being drawn when the controller is plugged in. I figured I had nothing to lose so I went about trying to fix this problem. 745TDBanty 130131

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