Question about Saitek ST290 Joystick
Here is what worked for me, for this **** pile of **** joystick. I opened it up (6 screws), and shorted the capacitors using a screwdriver. If you dont know how to do this or dont want to, leave it unplugged for some time. Keep trying a longer period of time of the previous amount didnt work. I've not trying this unplugging myself but doing so might help discharge the capacitors.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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