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Dualsense repair help

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1 minute ago, AlteredKai said:

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The pads aren't ripped off so that just needs to be soldered back on. Which requires a new part, solder and a soldering iron at the very least. A local repair shop may be able to do that for you but that take into consideration the cost of the repair and the cost of a used dual sense and figure out which one makes the most sense.

Ok so I broke the circled thing that connects to the battery on the Dualsense motherboard, can I repair this or am I screwed?

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If you dont have a: SMD work station, kapton tape, flux, solder and replacement part. You are not going to be fixing it yourself.

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It depends on the damage. An actual picture of the damage would help. You'll probably end up needing to solder it back on assuming you didn't rip the pads off as well.

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6 minutes ago, AndreiArgeanu said:

It depends on the damage. An actual picture of the damage would help. You'll probably end up needing to solder it back on assuming you didn't rip the pads off as well.

 

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1 minute ago, AlteredKai said:

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The pads aren't ripped off so that just needs to be soldered back on. Which requires a new part, solder and a soldering iron at the very least. A local repair shop may be able to do that for you but that take into consideration the cost of the repair and the cost of a used dual sense and figure out which one makes the most sense.

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