So I bought a Qanba Q4RAF a couple of years ago and, until recently, had no problems with it. I was playing a friend in some game and noticed I was getting double jumps a lot when I intended to jump and delay an airdash or something like that. After the Nth time, I got tired of it and told him to hold on for a sec and went into training mode with input display on. Sure enough, if I held the stick between up and a direction in a specific spot (a spot you’d pass over if you were jumping up back or up forward), it would spam up for some reason.
So basically, the problem is when I hold the stick in a spot between left or right and up, I get very strange inputs. If you’re familiar with numpad notation, it looks like 4747474747 or 6969696969 in training mode. Any idea what could be causing this? Is it likely a microswitch issue or a wiring issue? Is there a way to tell? I have a spare Seimitsu LS-32 that I could replace the JLF with if need be, but if it’s a wiring issue, I imagine it will be more annoying to fix. Any ideas or suggestions are appreciated.