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1 mo. old,getting to much slack in joystick

Is there a way to adjust the slack out of the joystick,Iv taken the bottom plate off and looked around but didn't find anything that looked like an adjustment. Not what I was expecting anyhow.

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Captfred, When you had the bottom off, did you drop the larg sping out?It's placed between the base and the hand controler, thats what gives the tension to it, unless your talking about your rudder control(twist left/right). jls

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  • jeff-smart Oct 21, 2008

    Sorry Tiriaa, I know its hard if your not into computers thoroughly, but if you have some time, could you tell us a little more about your computer: operating system/ cpu/ motherboard/memory.. as well as what game your playing and about the joystick? might be able to help but need more info. Good luck JLS

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Sorry not really great on computer's and just puchased this stick so my young nephew didn't stuff the key board. downloaded all the driver's and still it woulded work I don't know what do do?

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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