If Microsoft's claim to FIFA's points collection was a little out of date, pay attention to the fact that it's now coming to a new level, which is much heavier than the previous one. No one is aware that some Xbox controllers offer problems, especially the original Elite model.
User Donald McFadden filed a lawsuit against Microsoft on April 28 for errors found in your controls. McFadden's argument is that users pay for known failures after the 90-day warranty period ends.
Error affecting Xbox controller
This failure contains that the administration continues to register the movement even if the user does not press any lever. Something that seems unpleasant and annoying. Since it's a failure to make, Microsoft should take care of its fix in all cases, but it seems unlikely.
The decision in question is internal potentiometer that records movement. It's a design problem, so its mass production makes it a standard mistake.
McFadden says he bought the second test site, in fact the same error was repeated many times. Enter
A simple Google search on this topic reveals many forums and sites. There are YouTube How-To Videos from users trying to fix the problem on their own; and replacement parts from the Amazon area and other retailers.