I think my poll confirms Wii U Tablet controllers have a defect in Rumble =(

#11Garfield64(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2012 11:17:17 PM
Terotrous posted...
Garfield64 posted...
Thank for NOT reading my topic.

I said HOLD THE BUTTONS IN.

Trust me this "rattle" is LOUD, like a toddler toy loud.

I did read it, and mine does it too. There's clearly a piece of plastic near where the pen goes in that rattles (the pen will do it if it's in, so take the pen out first).

My vibration works just fine.


Mine sounds like a kids toy filled with beans and quite loud.

Before it was silent and I heard nothing (literally shook it first day after reading some "rattle" noise threads).

It also happened in real time, it was loud enough to bother me quite significantly when it started doing it. Because now when ever I move it I hear loud rattling even with gaming music up.

Plus the worse part the vibration I use to feel during OS that I loved that made system feel epic is gone.
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#12TerotrousPosted 11/19/2012 11:22:59 PM(edited)
Garfield64 posted...
Mine sounds like a kids toy filled with beans and quite loud.

Before it was silent and I heard nothing (literally shook it first day after reading some "rattle" noise threads).

It also happened in real time, it was loud enough to bother me quite significantly when it started doing it. Because now when ever I move it I hear loud rattling even with gaming music up.

Plus the worse part the vibration I use to feel during OS that I loved that made system feel epic is gone.

So basically what you're saying is you shook the hell out of your controller and jarred something loose and now you're calling that a production defect.

Kids these days.


You know, I've heard that if you shake your Wii U console and it rattles, it can indicate that it's not working right. You might need to give it a good toss to make sure you get accurate data.
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#13hydrocrushPosted 11/19/2012 11:23:56 PM
i have a small rattle thats not the pen or anything but it vibrates


though i turned off the vibration after i found out it did that



the sound you hear might be a movement censor you would expect the controller to work with some motion controlls


the sound comes from the area where the + and - buttons are
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#14blankempathyPosted 11/19/2012 11:28:06 PM
Mine has a small rattle but it doesn't vibrate in the os. It vibrates perfectly fine in games though. What exactly would make it vibrate in the os?
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#15TerotrousPosted 11/19/2012 11:32:25 PM
What it confirms is that the TC managed to trick a lot of people into thinking the OS is supposed to rumble when it doesn't.


If you play an actual game with rumble it goes WHIRRRR in a way that is totally unmistakable. It's not just the tiny vibration that you get from the speakers.
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#16SelurOpnekPosted 11/20/2012 7:01:31 AM
Garfield64 posted...
kage530 posted...
try a buttstomp on mario if you own it


OR you could just be on the regular OS.

Where it vibrates like crazy.

I lost my vibration in real time.

It worked amazing first 2 days.

Then jumping during dance game. It just started "rattling" and the vibrate went away.


You sure about this? My controller vibrates in games (you can easily test it in the Zelda game in Nintendoland) but certainly doesn't "vibrate like crazy" in the regular OS. It doesn't vibrate at all on the homescreen, or when turning on the vibration (only the standard Wii controller does). Of course, some other people are saying that the controller isn't supposed to rumble on the system menu, and it's not like I have an extra Wii U handy to test it. If what you say is true, then that means that just one of the rumble motors may be bad, or it's a weird software bug (that could be on your end, if it was vibrating when it wasn't supposed to be).
#17hyruler461Posted 11/21/2012 9:22:22 PM
Garfield64 posted...
kage530 posted...
try a buttstomp on mario if you own it


OR you could just be on the regular OS.

Where it vibrates like crazy.

I lost my vibration in real time.

It worked amazing first 2 days.

Then jumping during dance game. It just started "rattling" and the vibrate went away.


Theres rumble in the OS? I may have never had it then as I don't remember any rumble. Either way doesn't bother me enough to replace. I'll buy a new one in the future when they start selling them individually.