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Razer Sabertooth question.

Discussion in 'Console Peripherals' started by GigaSleeper, Jan 27, 2015.

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  1. Hi, i recently purchased a Razer Sabertooth and have a question regarding the buttons.
    All the buttons on the controller seem to be really loose, including the thumbsticks, which is really weird since you can move them quite a bit without them actually registering that movement.
    Also the right thumbstick has some kind of resistance when pushed down, about half a centimeter before it is actually pressed completely down. You can push it down completely but the test mode says it is already at -100 Y exactly when you encounter the resistance.

    Are those things normal or is my controller broken?

    Thanks for your help.
  2. PandaCrafter2

    PandaCrafter2 Member

    enable the test mode and move with your thumbstick and look if the numbers change
  3. I did and they do like i wrote but there is still a small amount of room where you can wiggle the thumbstick and they don't change.
  4. Need4Speed

    Need4Speed Member

    I don't recall noticing any wiggle on mine, feels very much like an XBox 360 controller. I'll verify this evening when I can get my hands on it.
  5. PandaCrafter2

    PandaCrafter2 Member

    hmm, i can only comfirm it by testing mine tomorrow, if someone else has a solution good! But i'll check it with my sabertooth tomorrow.
  6. What about the resistance when pushing the right thumbstick down?
  7. PandaCrafter2

    PandaCrafter2 Member

    i think i have a little bit of resistance but i'm not sure of it
  8. Well with mine it's really noticeable... weird
  9. Well according to Razer support this is not normal... sad
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