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Old 01-15-2020, 02:04 PM
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Default T2 Road Warrior Clicking/Popping sounds

Hello Readers!

I recently got my Corsair T2 and I love it, however I have one small problem with it. Every time I lean back or forward, the chair makes a loud popping/clicking sound and I am not sure if it should do it. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 02-18-2020, 06:47 PM
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Hi @JonnyJnr, I'm experiencing the same clicking noise in my T2 Road Warrior chair, it's frustrating. Did you find the cause?
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Sorry for the delayed response. It's been a busy time for me atm.

So beneath my chair I have a plastic floor protector and every time a wheel rolled off the floor protector, the metal from the wheels smashed into the wheel frame causing a loud metal clang.
To solve this I added a small piece of felt in between every wheel and the wheel frame to stop that clanging. Kinda silly that I had to do this, but whatever, it worked and is hardly noticeable.

Hope this helps.
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