Hello, I am new to the forums and I just thought that this is one of the biggest sim racing forums around. Perhaps someone has experienced this issue that I'm having. I just got a Thrustmaster T300RS for 3 days and on the first day it failed to center properly. Well, I just did the manual centering thing (MODE + SE + ST) and that seemingly have fixed it. Then I discovered on day 2 that the whole range is offset towards the right. Here's how to make the issue description clearer. If I put the steering lock to 360 it means the wheel should end at the 6 o'clock position when fully steered either left or right, correct? In my wheel's case it goes beyond 6 o'clock and ends almost at 7 when steered to the right whereas if steered to the left it won't even reach 6 since it ends at 7. All that with the wheel center perfectly at 12. To fix that I have to set the steering max lock to 1080 then force the wheel to reach the left most (counter clockwise). It's like its initial calibration run (auto calibration during power up) doesn't see the last 45 degrees or so on the left so I have to manually "make it see it". Then I corrected the center again. Problem is I still have to do the manual calibration every single time I power up the wheel. I have to do the max rotation to the left thing else its center will be offset to the right. Once I do though the wheel centers itself correctly afterwards and the range is no longer offset to the right. Hardware issue? Software? Anyone experienced this? I've already sent an e-mail to Thrustmaster Support but I think everyone here knows about their support's reputation so I wanted to ask here too. Thank you very much.