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Leynos said:
JRPGfan said:

This means its probably a manufactureing issue.
ei. not all controllers, are as "tight" around that area, as nintendo planned.
(stuff like wear and tear, and plasic giveing abit, could also be causeing it).

Wonder if Nintendo is aware of this.
If not, they should pay this guy (if pressure fix really works) for finding it (the root cause).

Nintendo is using stock Chinese parts. Nothing custom about them. Same parts as some Sony systems.

I am an electro-mechanichal tech and what he says in the video makes sense. If I ever get a drift problem I will try it.

What you said does make sense too, though. In fact the rapid wear and tear of a cheap component does make more sense, but it does not cost anything to try this other option.