Logitech G27 wiring diagram needed.

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  1. Navigator

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    Hi guys,

    After not being able to drive for almost a year, I finally was able to sit in the chair and drive a few laps.
    Did one or two laps last week, that was doable so I filled up with painkillers and rubbed my hands......

    So; smoke came out of the wheel and all fun was gone within two laps.
    Now I can fix it I think, but I need a wiring diagram.
    Looked all over the internet and I can't find one.

    Does anyone know of such a diagram or where to get it?
    That would help me out a lot as buying a new one is not an option right now.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. demerzel

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    You can buy spare parts on eBay.

    It's unlikely that you can find the diagram online.
    I think it's better to take it apart so you can find out what is wrong with the wheel and just replace the damaged part with a spare.
     
  3. DaVeX

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    @Navigator bad news my fried, smoke from the wheel could be a damaged motor or worse a damaged board, both can be purchased online online but you need to dig and find someone which sell them cheap.
     
  4. Navigator

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    Thanks for the response guys!

    I opened up the wheel and saw measured some resistors being defected. Also a little damage on both the boards.
    Looking on eBay; it has to come from another country (shipping costs) and about 70 euro for the two.

    Now I'm Dutch, so I'm a cheap-ass anyway, but low cost is very desirable ;)

    I know I can fix it with some resistors and soldering/swearing for an evening; I would prefer that. But I need a diagram.......
     
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2017

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