DualShock 4 Battery Replacement

Main guide photo

Introduction

Use this guide to replace the 3.7 lithium-ion battery inside the DualShock 4.

 

Step 1 Controller

Image 1/1: Do not forcefully loosen the screws, as it will amount to permanent damage of the threads, making removal impossible.
Using the Phillips #00 Screwdriver, remove the four 6.0 mm screws securing the rear cover to the controller.
Do not forcefully loosen the screws, as it will amount to permanent damage of the threads, making removal impossible.

 

Step 2
Image 1/3: Pinch the left shoulder of the controller to introduce an opening.
Beginning with the left shoulder:
Pinch the left shoulder of the controller to introduce an opening.
Wedge a plastic opening tool into the opening and slide it up towards the joystick.
Pull down on the plier to crack open the casing.
Repeat these steps for the right shoulder.

 

Step 3

Image 1/3: '''Share''' button
Wedge a plastic opening tool into the case-splittings and pull down to crack open the casing near the following buttons:
Split the plastic covers of the controller apart, taking note that they will still be attached by circuit board ribbons.
Three small pieces are often released from the framework. To prevent loss, maintain a controlled work field.
2 Trigger Springs
1 Grey Reset Button Extension

 

Step 4 Battery

Image 2/3: After the two halves are separated, place the top of the controller off to the side.

Detach the motherboard ribbon connecting the two sides of the controller by using your fingers.
After the two halves are separated, place the top of the controller off to the side.
One comment

 

Step 5

Image 1/3: After removal of the plug from the motherboard, the battery can be lifted off of the controller.

Using the blunt forceps, remove the battery plug by gently rocking the forceps side-by-side to loosen the plug.
After removal of the plug from the motherboard, the battery can be lifted off of the controller.
Hasty removal of the battery plug could warp the plastic grips of the plug.

 


0 comments

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published