01-17-2007 03:41 PM
01-23-2007 05:02 PM - edited 01-23-2007 05:02 PM
Wellll, it's been another seven months and the replacement controller is now having problems with the D-Pad sticking or sometimes not responding and I think other buttons are also starting to have problems, this just from normal use, I haven't abused the controllers in any way and my old PS2 wired controllers still work fine even though they were used a hundred times as much. I've had my PS2 since fall 2001 but before that I had bought a DS2 controller back in winter 2000 to replace the controller on my PS1 since I wanted analog sticks and rumble for PS1 games that supported it. That and my old PS1 controller still work also.
Anyway, yeah I suggest calling Logitech, that's what I'm going to do right now. If they refuse to either fix the problem or offer another replacement (that'll hopefully last more than seven months) I'm going to just take apart the controllers and take the D-Pad out of the old one to replace it. >_>
Message Edited by PHOENIXZERO on 01-23-200705:05 PM
EDIT: I called and they had me reset the controller (take out one battery and while holding L1 and L2 reinsert the removed battery). That fixed my D-Pad problem, unfortunately I doubt that'll help you but I think you should still call them.
Message Edited by PHOENIXZERO on 01-23-200705:28 PM
01-26-2007 02:19 PM
01-26-2007 06:20 PM
I wish they would send out the pads. I know I'd buy a few and use one to repair the first CAC I bought. There is two things I don't like one being the floaty D-Pad and the other would be the pressure sensitive buttons aren't sensitive enough or are just too stiff with a game that can be really **bleep** about how they're used, like Metal Gear Solid 3 and I'm sure MGS2 is the same but I don't recall trying it.
I don't see why not try to get a replacement, you don't have to send them the old controller or at least I didn't have to. Plus if something else goes out in the new controller, you can always cannibalize the old one. I think it only took two or three days to get the replacement. But have you called them and asked about just getting the rubber pad replacement sent?
03-26-2007 09:29 PM
04-29-2008 12:02 AM
AND IT'S BEEN A YEAR SINCE THIS PERSON POSTED AND LOGITECH STILL MAKES CRAPPY CONTROLLERS!
Since September 2007 I am on my 4th controller because the X button sticks after 2 months of use. I played it smart now, I just go to a store and buy a new controller, go back the next day and put the broken one in the box and exchange for a 2nd new controller. FU guys and Corporate America
04-29-2008 01:48 PM