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Old Jun 13, 2012, 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by cassb View Post
Well, I figured it out! The button is partially pressed when I tightened down the top two screws on the back. So, it's all good now. I loosened those two screws and we're back in business! Whew!

I had removed the back cover to check out the insides and the tension adjustments. I guess you can't tighten those two top screws all the way in or it compresses the back enough to push in that button. Lesson learned.

Thanks all,
I've had mine apart to eliminate the ratchet on the throttle. That's a simple procedure.... take one screw out and flip the metal piece that makes the ratchet effect and put the screw back in. Now you have a nice smooth throttle stick which I prefer. I tightened the screws back up on the case and it works fine, so you may have something a bit out of alignment.
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