on 25-04-2012 09:03 PM
Good thread here usefull info would it apply the same to a G25 just thinking if mine ever gives up? Never opened it up.
As your on the topic of repairs not strictly wheel related but thought this mite give a few of you a chuckle after the initial anger subsided i can see the funny side of it.
I have undertaken the seemingly mamouth task of removing and washing the covers of my playseat race seat after an unfortunate incident involving my young nephew climbing all over it and shall we say a leaky nappy. Yes it was bad enough to warrant removing the covers.
Judging by how tricky it was to remove the covers i am going to have a nightmare refitting them. Anyone have any experience of retrimming / refitting these race seats covers any helpfull advice? Other than buy a new race seat
Heres a pic of how my set up looks now while awaiting cleaning and attempted rebuild.
And all the fastners clips holding it together.
on 25-04-2012 10:16 PM
on 26-04-2012 06:49 PM
MASTR GT I hope you can help me with a problem a friend of mine is experiencing. He owns a GT500 RS and he was saying to me that the wheel doesn't responce correct. I went at his place to check it and try to help him, indeed the wheel has a delay. Not only the pedals but also the gear paddles. He used to drive on a G27 like i do but he plays only gt5. Is it possible cause he never connected to pc, not updating the software, to experience these problems? Does the wheel has some kind of internal flash memory to update cause as far as I know too, the update to v38 i believe it is now, is only needed for the pc drivers and not the ps3. He has also replaced the wheel so far 3 times, cause of the fan problem but not the pedals, but the delay is also on the paddles. Has anyone asked anything about similar problem? Is it possible for him if he reinstall the game as you recommented to other people, but for other problems, to help him at all? Many thanks in advance my friend and hope we find a solution for my buddy. Cheers!!!!
on 27-04-2012 02:19 AM
Your best bet would be to contact Thrustmaster directly because it sounds as if there may be a problem that you can't handle yourself otherwise. This sounds more like a hardware problem, but it is difficult for me to be sure.
I don't know a lot about the TM wheel, so I don't know if there even is a way of updating its firmware for the PS3. PlayStation consoles supply their own wheel drivers.
Please post back here to let us know what fixes this delay issue.
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