1LimitedPowerWed 11th Jan 2023 Hey all, I just recently noticed that one of my DualSense controllers has a pretty loose right trigger. The haptics features still work fine on PS5 games (played Avengers over the weekend with a lot of varied trigger functions that seemed to perform regularly), but now moving onto some PS4 games it's feeling loose enough that I can't comfortably rest my finger on the trigger without it starting to press down and activate attacks/gunshots/etc. unwillingly. I take very good care of all my PS5 hardware, and I spent a good deal of time troubleshooting only to find out that my controller is past its warranty (purchased with console just under two years ago) and could only be repaired manually without help from PlayStation Support. As it's still functional and doesn't seem extreme enough to the point where some people in other forums were dismantling their controllers to fix it themselves (reportedly with the springs snapping in half in most cases), I'm wondering if anyone else who has a DualSense from close to launch has experienced something like this, and how they've handled it? It doesn't currently seem like something worth a $70 replacement or a self-repair, but I also definitely don't want it to get worse if it's on its way to just not having a functioning right trigger at all. Thanks! Edited on Wed 11th January, 2023 @ 22:43 by LimitedPower LimitedPower
Topic: DualSense Right Trigger Loose?
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