06-27-2009 04:59 PM
01-06-2010 10:24 AM
Logitech tech support consists of just telling you to reboot the PS2 and cross your fingers. However, here's a method that has supposedly worked for people. Basically, you have to re-calibrate the controller. Here's how:
Question: How do I re-calibrate the Logitech Cordless Action Controller for PlayStation®2?
Answer: 1. Remove one battery.
2. Hold the L1 and L2 buttons while re-inserting the battery. (NOTE: Do not touch or move the mini-joysticks at all during this time. It is very important that the mini joysticks are allowed to center themselves during this step or the calibration procedure will not be successful.)
The joystick should be re-calibrated. I've never tried it, but it supposedly works.
01-09-2010 01:21 PM - last edited on 01-13-2010 08:01 PM by nanci
Holy crap!!!! MJFOXTROT you are my (word filter evasion) hero. That does work. I've had these two conrtollers forever and haven't been able to use them for years but didn't want to throw them out. Thanks to you I can use them again. Thank you very much for your input and your answer.