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by Drano
Fri Feb 09, 2018 18:30
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws
Replies: 11
Views: 374

Re: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws

I'm guessing you haven't been following this thread, haven't opened your stick to look yourself or aren't mechanically inclined. Not one person here has complained about the stick base working loose from the gimbal shaft. This isn't a question of the electrical connection. The shaft and base are all...
by Drano
Wed Feb 07, 2018 17:44
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws
Replies: 11
Views: 374

Re: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws

Drano, after tightened the second time (with more force I presume), does it come loose again? I only got around to looking at it yesterday. The left /forward screw had become, let's say less than tight, where the other one remained tight. I took both out, applied a tiny dot of blue loctite and adde...
by Drano
Sun Feb 04, 2018 2:13
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Arm 10 or 30 question
Replies: 4
Views: 110

Re: Arm 10 or 30 question

The #10 cam has a softer center, the #30 a more defined detent at the center. A matter of personal preference. I like the #10 myself as I don't like the bump going thru center.
by Drano
Sat Feb 03, 2018 1:41
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Exploded Diagram with Parts List
Replies: 0
Views: 51

Exploded Diagram with Parts List

I was thinking it would be great to have in case of future need for repairs. Detailed description of the parts with part numbers. That sort of thing. Saves somebody saying something like "that thing on the side by the whatchamacallit" ! Could just look at the diagram and say "part 14&...
by Drano
Wed Jan 31, 2018 18:09
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws
Replies: 11
Views: 374

Re: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws

AG, just an FYI, I had decided to change springs to #30. On re-adjusting the clutches I noticed the wiggle at the base connector was back. I'd only tightened it a week or so ago. Sure enough, it was the same pair of screws that holds the base connector onto the grip. I was reluctant to go crazy torq...
by Drano
Sun Jan 21, 2018 21:53
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Continued Macro Ticks Changing
Replies: 4
Views: 148

Re: Continued Macro Ticks Changing

FYI, after flashing to latest FW this issue is still happening, at least on my system. Maybe a bug in devconfig? Anyway, bumping this as it was never acknowledged and the thread kinda got hijacked.
by Drano
Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:07
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

Not seeing the multiple buttons pressed issue at any of the flashing steps so far in v1.929. Took a couple of hops. Will leave the test screen up for a bit and see what happens. Update: Had left VKBDevconfig up overnight. Button press issue didn't return. (in my case it never had but tested it anyway)
by Drano
Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:44
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws
Replies: 11
Views: 374

Re: Had to open MCG to tighten loose screws

FYI I also noticed a wiggle at the base fitting of my MCG-Pro. I opened it up just now and found those same 2 screws barely snug. Tightened up and I'm good to go. Be advised if you need to do this that the one screw that is up above the gate control label is in a fairly deep recess. My set of jewele...
by Drano
Fri Jan 19, 2018 18:05
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

AG I was just verifying that what rwalker was seeing I was also seeing. I only recall this happening the last couple of FW flashes but I'm still learning the software. Posted the pics of my flashing steps in case it's not normal and a possible bug.

Otherwise my stick has been fine.
by Drano
Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:57
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

Only thing that came to mind was calibration timing out. On the global tab under common/basic. Look under the check boxes and there's a box that says AClTime. Set that to always and see if that doesn't clear it up. (that's what I have mine set to)
by Drano
Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:52
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

just checked mine. Still normal. I don't know why yours would come back after a period of time.
by Drano
Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:15
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

And finally after calibrating, hit set, add my profile. Back to normal:

4Post Cal_set.jpg
by Drano
Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:13
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

OK I flashed to 1.921 and this is what I got as I went thru
Before doing anything. My profile:
1Devconfig pre flash.jpg

Then after flash:
2Devconfig post flast.jpg

After hitting default and set:
3Default_Set.jpg

Continued next post........
by Drano
Thu Jan 18, 2018 22:34
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

You have to click set. Reason is when you click default it clears everything in VKBDevconfig. It's the default profile. You have to set that default profile to the stick in order to truely restore defaults. It's an important step. Without clicking set, while you've told VKBDevconfig to restore, you ...
by Drano
Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:50
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Calibration after flashing v1.91F
Replies: 33
Views: 713

Re: Calibration after flashing v1.91F

Click default, then click set(important) , THEN calibrate. Gotta do that because the device isn't "ready" until you do. When you click end calibr, the device restarts and you should be ok. I can't replicate it as it only happened after the flash and it's gone now. But you're not crazy! I s...

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