Logitech potentiometer problem solved

Bruno Iwanczuk

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Months ago i asked here if it was normal that when at full throttle it wasn't reaching the max input.
I was having to reduce the axis saturation(dirt rally) or axis range(assetto corsa) in order for it to reach the max input when at full throttle.

I had no precise answer.

I week ago i opened the pedals and cleaned the potentiometers with contact cleaner, i didn't even need to open the potentiometers, i just applied it and pressed the pedals several times.

Now it reaches max input, and it doesn't oscillates anymore. And i don't have to touch any range or saturation settings for it.
 

Neilski

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Hehe, that's good news. I just replied to your other thread... Is this the same wheel+pedal set, and if so, are the issues perhaps connected? ;):whistling:
 

Bruno Iwanczuk

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Hehe, that's good news. I just replied to your other thread... Is this the same wheel+pedal set, and if so, are the issues perhaps connected? ;):whistling:
I can't find my other thread. Yes it is the same G920.

What do you mean with issues connected?
 

Neilski

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I can't find my other thread. Yes it is the same G920.

What do you mean with issues connected?
Well, here's my thinking: if you took the pedals apart to fix them a week ago, and then a few days later you started to have a problem with the wheel not working any more, with that problem going away when you unplug the pedals, you might consider that perhaps the problem has arisen (somehow) due to the disassembly & reassembly going a bit wrong... A trapped wire (easily done with my G27, for sure) would be one explanation.
 

Bruno Iwanczuk

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Well, here's my thinking: if you took the pedals apart to fix them a week ago, and then a few days later you started to have a problem with the wheel not working any more, with that problem going away when you unplug the pedals, you might consider that perhaps the problem has arisen (somehow) due to the disassembly & reassembly going a bit wrong... A trapped wire (easily done with my G27, for sure) would be one explanation.
I thought you meant my old thread.

I don't think so because after i closed it, it worked perfectly for a whole hour.