Question about Apple Logitech Freedom 2.4 Cordless Joystick (T6050LL/A)

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Why did the Y-axis stop working?

I have a logitech freedom 2.4 joystick that has been working like a dream for me for over a year. I left it untouched for a few hours and suddenly the Yaxis is all out of calibration. Even checked it on gamepad/joystick tester and it showed the problem. Is there anyway to recalibrate it in Mac OS X? or can i fix the hardware myself?

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  • be-user Jul 01, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Freedom 2.4 joystick. I have bought it at eBay and the stick worked perfect up to now. I haven't touched it for a year and now the y-axis (roll-axis at X-Plane) doesn't act any more. Even deleting the calibration didn't help.

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Same happened to my joystick, it happened when i put the drivers for it on, then i deleted them and it fixed it. Them the Y axis just stopped about 2 weeks later....

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