Question about Logitech WingMan Extreme Digital 3D Joystick
My 8 year old Logitech Wingman 3D joystick has become very "noisy" due to dirty contacts in the "pot" inside the stick. I've removed all the screws in the bottom, but I have yet to be able to pull this thing apart. It seems like there's another set of screws holding it down. Anyone who's had to do this maintenance, please coach me on what to do. Thanks, Steve.
The the ring with 5 like screws is just cover that can be gentle forced out with a flat screwdriver. Then comes off the power control and the rubber gasket. Finally the top cover comes out. Simple. coco13cos(Romania)
Posted on May 04, 2009
I found a step by step video on line and like dumkoph didnt add it to my fav's. cant remember what search criteria I used exactly. My Wingman was bought new in 2000, or so. My issue is with the bezel between the throttle slide and the stick.
Posted on May 03, 2014
Four screws on the stick itself must be removed (two screws are hidden by the black rubber boot. After the screws are removed, the stick comes apart into two pieces, but there is two plastic "snaps" that still holds it togeter. On the bottom of the stick there is a hinge that can be pried slightly apart with a flathead screw driver. Once the bottom is apart, I just wiggle the two stick pieces side by side until the top snaps apart.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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