Microsoft's Xbox One wireless controller is essential for any gaming setup but isn't guaranteed to last forever. If your gamepad fails and is out of warranty, third-party replacement parts present a fix on the cheap. These leading replacement parts are here to help with any repair.
Xbox One controller bumpers have gained a reputation for their fragile construction, faltering over long-term use. This dual-pack of bumpers and triggers is a cheap fix for a common issue.
This duo of thumbsticks will amend long-term wear or sudden drops. Dual thumbsticks and sensor modules are included in various colors, with tools to open your gamepad. While replacing sticks is easy, switching the sensors requires a quick solder.
If you've lost your Xbox One controller's rear battery door, MoKo offers a perfect third-party replacement. This 4-pack is available in a sleek black or white finish.
Turn up the volume
Swapping out a damaged headphone port is simple on any Xbox controller. A 3.5mm jack is cheap and fast to install, ideal if you want to avoid a full replacement.
These faceplates pack an alluring in-hand feel with their soft-touch finish. And in over a dozen colors, they're ideal for both repairs and customization. While designed for modern third-generation controllers, older shells are also available.
Know your ABCs
Switch out your ABXY buttons with the range of replacements mirroring Microsoft's stock parts. You'll find colors suited for all occasions, and it caters to special edition designs too.
Replacement Menu and View buttons are dirt cheap, priced at just $2 for black or white. If you're in need, look no further than these.
Charged and ready
For controllers packing Microsoft's Play & Charge kit, this Micro USB cable is a perfect pairing. The original 2.7-meter cable is available standalone, with a light to indicate charging status.
With a growing ecosystem of third-party parts, fixing up your Xbox One controller is easier than ever. While some advanced repairs require technical expertise, solutions to common issues are often a short guide away. However, for a hassle-free fresh start, a new Xbox One controller (opens in new tab) might be best for some.
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