|By Anonymous on Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - 11:56 pm:|
If you opened up the box your warranty is probably void anyway.
|By aidan on Tuesday, February 26, 2002 - 05:44 pm:|
Ian, your product must be under warranty (MOMO has not been shipping that long) so you can arrange for a replacement via Logitech support, see www.logitech.com for details
|By JensSchumi on Tuesday, February 26, 2002 - 03:21 pm:|
If they didn't change the type (10k linear), you can get replacement from CH
|By Ian on Tuesday, February 26, 2002 - 06:35 am:|
Anyone know how I can get replacement pots for my MOMO pedals since I have one that is no good. I was getting either full-on or full-off when I pressed the throttle (brake was working fine), so to verify I opened up the pedals and switched the pots around and now I'm getting full-on or full-off on the brake (throttle is working fine), so it's definitely a bad pot. While I had the unit open, I decided to try to migrate the wiring and pots over to my TSW pedal unit (still prefer it to the MOMO pedals), but the pots in the MOMO don't have the little screw thingie on the shaft to mount the pots onto the TSW frame. So, I'm looking for info on a couple of things: first, replacement pots for the MOMO pedals, and second, electrically-equivalent (and higher grade) pots that I can mount on my TSW pedal unit in order to get the best of both worlds. The markings on the MOMO pots are "10158 0000 10K/20 0127". Can anyone decipher these numbers and tell me what they mean?