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Is there any way to prevent the clicking noise when using the joystick?

Everytime I use my joystick it clicks. It's irritating. I know it when it engages, but is there anyway to reduce the click noise?

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Only by replacing the micro switches inside to a different type. If you go to reed based switches (or leaf switches) they are pretty much silent.

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