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Problem with my razer 360 control

#1TowerBooks3192Posted 8/6/2013 12:39:26 AM
I never used my razer 360 control in quite awhile and I noticed a problem where when I will play a game that uses the second stick, it usually turns itself down like lets say I won't touch it then it would move the camera down? Any ideas how I could fix the problem?
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#2ein311Posted 8/6/2013 12:43:32 AM
Have you tried unplugging the controller and plugging it back in? Sometimes if your analog sticks aren't centered when being detected the deadzone will be mis-calibrated.

Or it's possible that your controller broke. I'm assuming you have an Onza? They're pretty notorious for breaking.
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#3TowerBooks3192(Topic Creator)Posted 8/6/2013 1:32:25 AM
ein311 posted...
Have you tried unplugging the controller and plugging it back in? Sometimes if your analog sticks aren't centered when being detected the deadzone will be mis-calibrated.

Or it's possible that your controller broke. I'm assuming you have an Onza? They're pretty notorious for breaking.


I hope its not broken. It happens when I plug it in and I know its always on the center so its not a miscalibration.
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#4spanishbobPosted 8/6/2013 2:45:05 AM
This is a common fault with the Onza's. All of mine have done this. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. Bin the controller or if you still have a warranty on it get it replaced. Razer will tell you to contact the retailer so don't bother contacting Razer first. I never bothered to take any of them apart as I kept getting warranty replacements (from Tesco) or my money back (as was the case with Shopto).
#5thatfool12GsPosted 8/6/2013 2:59:01 AM
I've had two Onza's both deadzones jacked in about a month. One of them stopped turning on.

I have had zero luck with Razer console peripherals.
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#6claytonbuckleyPosted 8/6/2013 3:56:54 AM
So the real lesson here is, don't buy overpriced Razer junk. The pretty lights are not worth the inflated price and shoddy build.
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#7superdarkshadowPosted 8/6/2013 4:42:43 AM
As much as I loved the buttons on my Onza, the build quality was pure crap. My guess is that yours also bit the dust.
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#8r0ge00Posted 8/6/2013 7:26:58 AM
Sorry TC, this is what happens when you don't do any research on the products you buy. The Onza has a good number of well documented problems. It's typical Razer trash.
#9spanishbobPosted 8/6/2013 7:33:41 AM
claytonbuckley posted...
So the real lesson here is, don't buy overpriced Razer junk. The pretty lights are not worth the inflated price and shoddy build.


I had no interest in the lighting. I found the Onza's to be very comfortable and I liked the tension adjustment. It's just a pity that they're crap in terms of QC and I do agree they are overpriced.
#10ein311Posted 8/6/2013 8:18:21 AM
spanishbob posted...
It's just a pity that they're crap in terms of QC


Yea, the Onza is terribly unreliable. I bought two Onza TE's as soon as they were available and one has crapped out but the other is working great. I know one other person who has gone through two.

I haven't heard if the Sabertooth was any better.
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